Local Learning publishes quarterly E-Bulletins sharing news of the latest folk arts in education resources, events, and announcements.
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Announcing Guest Editor of 2018 Journal of Folklore and Education Special issue “Common Ground: People and Our Places.” Also, call for submissions to the Journal, invitation to join our new list specifically for policy and legislative updates, and a welcome to new Local Learning Board members.
Announcing publication of Volume 4 of the Journal of Folklore and Education: Newcomers and Belonging. Also, full information about the upcoming Arts Education Workshop and other folklore and education sessions, panels, and forums at the American Folklore Society meeting in Minneapolis, October 18-21, 2017.
Read about Local Learning’s new Executive Director Lisa Rathje, current advocacy work happening to support the arts, and new resources available to the field.
This quarterly bulletin highlighted stories about arts, education, and leadership at national and local levels. New resources include two texts of interest to the field and partner updates from Will to Adorn and LL @ Vermilionville illustrate the important work happening in folklore and education across the nation.
Request for JFE submissions on the theme Newcomers and Belonging, reports from AFS, and announcing the Blue Ribbon designation of FACTS school in Philadelphia are some highlights from the fourth quarter news.
AFS workshop, fall conferences, and announcing Volume 3 of the Journal of Folklore and Education, Intersections: Folklore and Museum Education.
Summer Enrichment and Reading suggestions can be found in this 2nd quarter news bulletin.
Notes about the Federal Every Student Succeeds Act, current job openings, summer teacher training and workshops, and updates from ongoing work in Lafayette, Louisiana can be found in this bulletin.
“Teach Locally, Engage Globally” is one theme for the text and resources found in the 4th quarter bulletin of 2015.
Announcing the second volume of the Journal of Folklore and Education: Youth in Community.
Summer Institutes list, LL@Vermilionville updates, AFS Education Section news and more…
Featuring our annual call for papers for the Journal of Folklore and Education, updates on our work in Museums and Education, and more.
Featuring the launch of the Journal of Folklore and Education.
Featuring KID smART in New Orleans.
Featuring Smithsonian Folklife Center and Education.
Featuring notes, prize announcements, and more from 2013 AFS meeting.