How do I introduce K-12 ESL students from South Korea and beyond to history and context while staying nearby to storytelling and creative performance? We’ve been reciting and reflecting upon some of Aesop’s fables but it might be useful to try basic Shakespeare. It has been a nice journey so far so let’s probe deeper, OK?>.
I appreciate this BBC educational media work about some of Shakespeare’s works
This is a great article by the IDA about documentary budgets. Useful.
I’ve been trying to learn and play this tune for years. This video provides a helpful bit of instruction.
This article provides a concise introduction to 3D printing.
I am happy and grateful to receive a 2017-19 Fulbright FLEX grant for doing research at the American University of Central Asia in Bishkek, in the Kyrgyz Republic (AUCA). My research project is …
Source: KYRGYZ REPUBLIC: A Fulbright grant
I have been doing research about independent filmmaking in Kyrgyz Republic. I see mention of Kyrgyz films that were included in a “Festival of Muslim Cinema” in Kazan, in Russia. I wonder about the films being shown. I have so many favorite films from Iran and other places, films known to adhere to “Islamic” or “Muslim” values in cinematic art. I wish that we could more easily see these films in the USA. Still gathering data about Kyrgyz Republic and Kyrgyz Cinema.
FESTIVAL OF MUSLIM CINEMA
Kazan, Russia. I note that the city of Kazan is located along the Volga River. Just the sound of that river’s name–Volga–gives me a case of wanderlust and itchy feet. I am gripped by sirens of the deepest melodies from Russian master composers like Rimsky-Korsakov, Tchaikovsky, Mussorgsky, and all the rest. But my main topic is Kyrgyzstan and Bishkek and the American University of Central Asia, not Tatarstan and Kazan. But one thing does leads to another…