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The word wakonse (wuh·kon·seh) comes from the language of the Lakota Sioux. It translates variously as to influence, to inspire, and to teach. Wakonse captures the inspirational nature of teaching and learning, conveying that learning and teaching are intertwined--that we, as teachers, learn as much from our students and our surroundings as we hope our students learn from us.
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May 22-27, 2014. W AKONSE D EFINED. O UR P URPOSE. Wakonse is a word from the Lakota Indian language meaning to teach, to inspire. The Wakonse Foundation brings together people who find inspiring and influencing others is what they do for a living. We create a climate where it is important and ap... Read articleReviewed onJun 12st, 2015Find useful? Yes