Wednesday, August 12, 2009
A college document called Learning Reconsidered may help promote native American culture to colleges and universities since one of the learning outcomes is Humanitarianism which involves appreciation and understanding of other cultures. This document suggests that students learn and develop outside as well as inside the classroom. Campus activities can therefore included cultural elements like native American arts to broaden student exposure. This is one way that diversity and this Learning Reconsidered document could work well together and a new college diversity article details this much more.