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Wednesday, October 12

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Saturday, May 14

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    The potential for Leadership opportunities is immeasurable, ultimately US and Ugandan students can mentor and teach problem solving together. There is an opportunity for high school seniors to use this collaborative as a platform for senior research and projects; whether they are seeking a solution to a global problem, or managing digital media to support the site. And, there is a larger opportunity for young people to find a common purpose as members of a global community.
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Sunday, February 6

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    Students and their teacher, Jokondino Okema, are photographing plants, documenting their GPS coordinates, and collecting stories of their uses as a way to document their botanical assets. Ethnobotany is the study of knowledge, skills, and daily uses of plants in a particular area that enable the people of the local community to get the most out of their natural environment, (Josef de Beer, et al).
    The following have been identified (M.E. Jones referenced by de Beer) as common themes embedded within indigenoues knowledge that are instrinsic to its integration into the science curriculum, and they indicate that indigenous knowledge is characterized by the following:
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    This is a new BOSCO classroom-to-classroom project to collaborate over plant collection and documentation in multiple sites, beginning with students in Gulu, Uganda, and South Dakota, USA.
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    Students and their teacher, Jokondino Okema, are photographing plants, documenting their GPS coordinates, and collecting stories of their uses as a way to document their botanical assets. Ethnobotany is the study of knowledge, skills, and daily uses of plants in a particular area that enable the people of the local community to get the most out of their natural environment, (Josef de Beer, et al).
    The following have been identified (M.E. Jones referenced by de Beer) as common themes embedded within indigenoues knowledge that are instrinsic to its integration into the science curriculum, and they indicate that indigenous knowledge is characterized by the following:
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    Students and their teacher, Jokondino Okema, are photographing plants, documenting their GPS coordinates, and collecting stories of their uses as a way to document their botanical assets. Ethnobotany is the study of knowledge, skills, and daily uses of plants in a particular area that enable the people of the local community to get the most out of their natural environment, (Josef de Beer, et al).
    The following have been identified (M.E. Jones referenced by de Beer) as common themes embedded within indigenoues knowledge that are instrinsic to its integration into the science curriculum, and they indicate that indigenous knowledge is characterized by the following:
    Based on experience
    Often tested over centuries of use
    Developed as a collective database of observable knowledge
    Adapted to local culture and environment
    Dynamic and changing: a living knowledge base
    Can be applied to problem solving
    Transmitted orally and sometimes encapsulated in metaphor
    Inseparably embedded in ethics, spirituality, metaphysics, ceremony and social order
    Bridging the science of theory with the science of practice
    A holistic vs a reductionist (Western science) approach
    Ecologically based
    Contexualized vs decontexualized science
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Monday, January 10

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