Upcoming Presentations

Veronica Gaylie is presenting at various conferences in Winter 2011, including:

January 2011

Narrative Arts-Based and “Post” Approaches to Social Research (NAPAR) Conference. Arizona State University.

Veronica’s presentation “Roots and Research: Poetry as Eco-Narrative” explores her research around poetry, ecology and urban revitalization.

February 2011

International Globalization, Diversity and Education Conference. Washington State University.

Veronica is presenting with several research colleagues at this conference on themes around sustainability and “The Land/Learning Connection”.

More to come…

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Kalamalka Speakers Series

Eat your Greens! The Power of Outdoor Learning with Dr. Veronica Gaylie.

Join Gaylie for a discussion based on the experience of creating a Learning Garden in an interdisciplinary, higher education program. The talk will focus on the practical and pedagogical benefits of experiential learning at the college level, while touching on the many urgent – and global – reasons why a student-land connection is now needed at all levels of learning.

Monday, November 29 · 12:30pm – 1:30pm

Vernon/Kalamalka Campus: Classroom A204

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The Learning Garden: Ecology, Teaching and Transformation

The Learning Garden: Ecology, Teaching and Transformation (Peter Lang, April 2009) is available from Amazon, Powell’s, UBC Bookstore, and elsewhere.

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