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- Living in Layers – Part 11 – A Sense of Place: Beyond a Whole and Its Parts
- Living In Layers – Part 10 – Emergence and Ownership
- The New Koch School
- Living in Layers – Part 9 – Courage, Compassion, and Intellect
- Living In Layers – Part VIII – VIII – Relating to the Other: Clashing Beliefs and Cultures
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As we move towards more holarchically-based views of self, schools, and society, where courage, compassion, and intellect, as well as trust in emergence and ownership by participants are valued, we can develop a sense of place. Such a sense of … Continue reading
FROM: Neuronas Activas January 8 at 8:09am · “WELCOME TO 2018: A FAKE SOCIETY OF THE 21 CENTURY” Welcome to 2018: A Fake Society of the 21st Century (You will have to click the above link to see the video. … Continue reading
From Upworthy: “A Teacher Asked a Great Question About Superintendent Pay. Then, All Hell Broke Loose.” I’ve copied and pasted a few of my Facebook and Twitter posts about this particular issue, which is followed by some additional commentary. – … Continue reading
From the great disconnect of self, other, and environment, aggression and an unwillingness to understand “other” at all levels from self to global relations is increasing. Self-loathing, psychological and physical violence in schools, unwarranted aggression towards other nations and cultures, … Continue reading
Here is Francesca Fiorentini’s: “The Rich Want to Keep You Dumb” on News Broke. This dumbing down agenda has been around for a long time… well over a century. But, it has reached new heights as professors are being “watched” … Continue reading
What far too many people seem to forget (or they never knew in the first place) is that variation is key to the survival of living things. From an evolutionary perspective, genetic diversity is necessary for the survival of species. … Continue reading
Researchers at the American Educational Research Association Protest Arnie Duncan and the Corporatization of Education in the U.S.
Secretary of Education Arnie Duncan was invited by the AERA leadership to address the conference attendees. This action was met with protests from the AERA membership.
Wow! Acura must be going for the award of most socially and environmentally irresponsible. They’ve gone from Acura as the ultimate in aggression to Acura (and everything else) as the mark of extreme luxury. If we all follow their examples, … Continue reading