Grass Valley (Education as Transformation statewide training)

Word of Mouth and Action-based Learning

Teachers in training gather for a picture.Teachers and Board members in Orange County.A group of teachers holding their certificates.A teacher presenting a learning poster.

Universities, schools and community-based organizations across California have requested Full-Circle Learning’s professional development programs.

Here, educators gathered in Quincy for a workshop sponsored by Plumas Audubon, with invited organizations supporting girls’ education, indigenous education, environmental education, and charter schools. A local teacher later kept FCL’s conflict bridge handy for classroom use.

Below, teachers, trainers and board members convened in Orange County for a refresher course.

Multiple Nevada County training events near FCL’s home base brought together educators from diverse regions, schools and projects.

The Nevada County FCL workshop in 2016 focused on adaptations for Latin America and Navajo schools, uniting local educators with participants from Arizona and Ohio.

The 2015 Marin County workshop at left was one of ten Northern California workshops within the same time period.

Those featured below, at a Grass Valley workshop, represented projects in Davis, Reno, Orange County, Africa, and Pakistan.

Workshop attendees learning from Teresa Langness.Workshop attendees gathered from Davis, Reno, Orange County, Africa and Pakistan.

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