How does an educational community sustain itself in times of distress? Disasters strike when we least expect them and we cannot anticipate where we will be when they happen. The Big One could leave 250,000-400,000 quake refugees in California. What might a college contingency curriculum look like? Otis College Creative Action (CAIL) contingency curriculum.
We cannot anticipate where we will be when disaster happens.
In this course, we use unexpected displacement as fuel to sustain community and as an opportunity to construct a new community or “neighborhood” during this time . . .
The new neighborhood becomes defined by both where you are and by those who are around.
. Imagine 5 CAIL LEARNING PAKS among your other emergency supplies. You may begin this course when you are ready and move through it at your own pace.