Reflections on Education
Trying hard – the key to our success or part of our demise?
So much of how we go through the education system is based on our ability to try hard, which although could be seen as a natural part of learning, may also have a darker side to it.
The deeply ancient way of learning together as a true community…
Looking back into our ancient ways of learning we can see where our current education model falls behind.
Experience of children’s wisdom
Watch this teacher discussing her experiences working with and observing children in their honesty and natural connection.
Are we educating the innate wisdom out of children?
How can 98% children start school as a creative genius and only 2% of adults remain as geniuses? Is it time to ask why we ignore our children’s innate intelligence?
‘Out of the mouths of babes’ – the wisdom inherent in all children
What is our responsibility in a child’s education? In this illuminating article, Liane Mandalis shares the beauty inherent in all children when we allow our children’s innate wisdom to shine through.
Religious education: resurrecting the lived application of religious teaching
Religion and the idea of religious education can often turn us off. But if we were to understand the truth of religious teaching, our relationship with the words and what is on offer might well be transformed.
The state of education
We know there are problems with the education system. Associate Professor Rachel Lynwood and Michael Benhayon explore education and the impact of the ‘education consciousness’.
Self-Care: the key to success in University
Danielle’s experience at university shows that there is much more to academic success than top marks.
Education is Good: or is it?
Across the world we have determined the saviour of many of our problems to be education. But what if you found out it was making us ill?
Beauty and grace in academia: Where has it gone?
The state of play in the education system today ultimately reveals a disconnection and it is clear that vitality and inspiration have become largely absent from our classrooms. We must ask what is really going on?