Dan Spalding began facilitating workshops for activists after engaging in the 1999 Seattle WTO protests. He uttered a nonprofit dedicated to providing aid for those and educating individuals their rights, the Midnight Special Law Collective. In the subsequent decade he helped educate thousands of peace activists, undocumented youth fighting for higher school students and US citizenship who desired when harassed by law enforcement, to understand their faith. In addition, he wrote program around trainings, to set up a legal office for a protest and trainer-trainings.
Dan began teaching English as a second language from 2002 at Oakland, California. He taught prior to continuing on to teach Language into a combined group of pupils from all over the world, beginning English to immigrants. He taught in Laney Community College in the workforce development application.
Dan received a bachelors in politics in Oberlin College, a masters at teaching English at San Francisco State University, along with black straps at jujitsu and Aikido by Suigetsukan dojo. His schooling has instructed him that teaching is difficult work that can be fun. Like learning. Like lifestyle.
Dan lives in the Bay Area with his spouse, Christy Tennery, in which you can frequently find him reading, bicycling, drinking coffee and making trouble. The way to Teach Babies is his first publication. To learn more, go to www.teachrdan.com
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