MARIA AND JEAN

MARIA AND JEAN

The rise of industrialized nations in the nineteenth century led to the creation of public schools. These schools were organized to serve the interests of industry, the civil service, and the military, not society or children.  During that same transformative period,...
TRUTH EXISTS AND IS KNOWABLE

TRUTH EXISTS AND IS KNOWABLE

Plato believed that truth exists and is knowable. Socrates taught that true education is the kindling of a flame, not the filling of a vessel. He said it is not possible to teach children anything, but it is possible to make them think their own way to the truth....
THE MANY MIDWIVES OF LEARNING

THE MANY MIDWIVES OF LEARNING

Learning about learning is as tough a philosophical proposition as there is, right up there with why is there something rather than nothing.  The Greeks recognized that trying to understand Learning is so important that they gave it its own category of philosophy....
THE AGENCY OF CHILDREN

THE AGENCY OF CHILDREN

All children possess agency. In fact, they Are agency. It’s baked in. Agency is simply an intuitive awareness that we all can initiate, execute, and control our actions to construct personal and authentic ideas of self. Anyone who has been around children knows that...
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