Celtic Life & Heritage Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)(3) public benefit corporation. Individuals that work with Celtic Life & Heritage Foundation have teaching and curriculum creation experience. Please see "Our Education History".
Celtic Life and Heritage believes that the best learning comes from being an engaged participant and so creates and develops education modules with fun and piqued interest in mind.
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Celtic Life & Heritage Foundation is proud to have a diverse education history among its advisors and board: Chief Advisor Kieran O'Mahony received his Masters in Education in Ireland, and then earned his PhD in Cognitive Neuro-science from the University of Washington in Seattle. As a Learning Scientist at the National Science Foundation’s LIFE Center, Kieran engages in design-based implementation research and is published in peer-reviewed journals. His work involves a translation of latest findings in molecular neuroscience into practices and strategies for improving learning in K-12 schools and designing personalized learning that enhances individual learners’ potential ( www.neuroteachers.org). For our board of directors Sue Malone graduated from California State University, Fullerton with a Bachelor and Master of Arts in Design and went on to teach art concepts at Rancho Santa Ana Community College. She created and facilitated the Life Drawing Workshop at the Anaheim Museum through the Anaheim Art Association where she served many years as a Board Member. Gerald Stafford Malone graduated with a BA in Business Administration with graduate work in Finance and, Business Administration. He continued his graduate work at CSUF in Anthropology with areas of concentration in Celtic Studies and Museum Science. Anne Tipper has a Music Degree from Fullerton College and taught music to grade school children as well as adults.
The Celtic Life and Heritage Foundation was formed in 1990 by the late Timothy Michael Johnston, of Ravensdale, County Louth, Ireland. It is a 501(c)(3) non-profit public benefit corporation whose purpose is to preserve the Irish Celtic heritage for the benefit of Americans of Irish descent; and for all others who are interested in amazing stories, rich history, and would love to experience the goodness of an Irish Blessing. The Foundation celebrates and preserves Celtic and Irish heritage primarily through themed education modules available for public, private, and home schools along with short media vignettes and films found on their website: www.CelticLifeandHeritage.org