Coyote Mentoring, A Conference
January 28, 2012 ALL DAY! 10:00 A.M. ~ 5:00
at the Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture
53 Prospect Park West, across from Prospect Park at Second Street.
By Car:
you're coming from, get to Grand Army Plaza (intersection of Flatbush
Avenue, Eastern Parkway, and Union Street) and turn South onto Prospect
Park West. BSEC is on the right side of the street, six blocks down.
By Public Transportation:
2 or 3 train to Grand Army Plaza
Q train to Seventh Avenue (and Flatbush Avenue)
F train to Seventh Avenue (and Ninth Street)

coyote teacher makes every learning experience exciting, something we
desperately want to know. He planned each lesson like a chess game or
jigsaw puzzle, where one teaching led to another. But he never forced
any teaching on us; instead, he maneuvered the
situation so we had to know, had to go on."
-excerpt from Tom Brown's Field Guide to Nature and Survival for Children

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Learn the way of the "Coyote" - how to use stories,
questions, the senses, nature connections, and new definitions of success to create the lives our children deserve.
Instructor Simon Harrison is the author of The Truly Alive Child and
the founder of Wild Earth's Children. Simon has supported children
and families to foster a deep and meaningful connection with life all
over North America including New England, Alaska, and the Cree Nation in
In this presentation, Simon will provide you with tools and
techniques to consciously create environments for children where they
can be "Truly Alive." These techniques are so simple, yet so powerful,
honoring the uniqueness and holistic nature of each child.

http://www.simonpau lharrison. com/
http://www.wildeart hschildren. org/

Free for NYCHEA members, $10 per person for non-members
Please bring your own lunch and drinks
Coyote Activities for Kids and Childcare will be
R.S.V.P. with how many adults and children to [email protected]
please clarify if you are a NYCHEA member or not