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New Mexico History
with Wes Koerner
New Mexico History and Geography Seminar. This is a survey course of the historical, political, economic, social, cultural, religious and geographic features of New Mexico. The focus of classwork will be lectures, note-taking, and discussion of New Mexico's colorful history and geography, especially the story of New Mexicans from prehistory to the present.
In order for parents to be able to modify the class to meet the needs of multi-age or multi-skill level students, required work will be minimal; mostly students will be expected to do some reading or other research to be able to join the discussion. However, optional assignments will be provided to parents to allow for parent discretion in modifying the class for their particular student, including textbook reading with review work, suggested readings from historical or literary works, term papers or presentations, and for younger students modeling and poster projects. In order to receive high school credit a student should demonstrate an understanding of how the aspects of New Mexico's History contribute to or are reflected in issues today.
Text: A History of New Mexico Second Revised Edition by Clavin A. Roberts, PhD and Susan A. Roberts, PhD University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque 1991, This edition is out-of-print but preserves valuable information that has been lost in more recent revisions. A used copy of the text will be provided on loan to each enrolled student.
Contact: Wes Koerner
No Class March 25, 2021
Virtual Option - a google meet link will be provided for students wishing to join virtually. They will be watching the in-person class.
Sibling discount: $15 Use promo code XTRA
Wes Koerner holds a B.A. in History from the University of New Mexico. He is also a licensed teacher, U.S. Army Veteran, and New Mexico Native with a love and passion for the land of Enchantment.
Note: PLANT, Inc. registration fees are non-refundable once paid by credit card. If this class has not yet met it minimum (indicated by 'will run'), it is recommended that you choose to pay by check or cash. Once the minimum has been met you can send a check or call with a credit card.
We are Standing Tall United for Freedom! In this four-day, leadership class your student aged 13-18 will learn civic engagement. This in-person, interactive, fun event will include writing a bill, participating in mock legislature, learning from teen role models, hearing from prominent individuals fighting for freedom in New Mexico, discussing in committees, worshiping, and exploring Biblical mandates for Christians. Lunch is included. There will also be an optional Economics In One Day workshop on Friday. Space is limited. You don't want to miss this!
Part of leadership training is learning to present yourself in a professional manner as such students are expected to behave and dress professionally. Please see the S.TU.F.F. dress code for more information.
Pre-class homework is required to prepare students to fully participate. Download the homework packet.
Contact: Becky King
The deadline to register is January 22, 2021.