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The corporate takeover of our kids’ future
There is an alarming new trend for privatizing education around the world. Corporations have their eyes clearly set on education as a new opportunity for profit. But who are the winners and losers here as our children become ‘products’ in a corporations’ lust to make bigger profits?
Competition, Performance management, Money, Teachers, Corruption
Serge Benhayon: a true author of the people…
Serge Benhayon bows not to the rigidity of the conventions imposed by the world of authorship. He simply presents pure truth in everything he writes – truth that has been well known throughout the ages, and today as The Ageless Wisdom.
The Hierarchy, Teachers, Soul, Philosophy, Essence, Connection, Ageless Wisdom
Assessments and true education
Does the way we currently assess our children in school support them to know who they truly are?
Serge Benhayon and education
Serge Benhayon's approach to education is one of deep care and love for students and teachers alike.
Education, Teachers, Children, Empowerment, Universal Medicine
What is psychological well-being?
Tanya Curtis presents information about the importance of looking at our psychological wellbeing and the effects that mental illness is having on today's society.
Depression, Feelings, Human body, Mental health, Teachers, Well-being, Research, Burnout
Let’s hear it from a student’s mouth
At the age of 22 I stumbled across emails from my former teachers. I cried as I read them and in those moments I had a major realisation and invaluable learning …
What is a true teacher?
Is a teacher someone who imparts knowledge – or does a true teacher simply awaken everything that you already equally know?
The road back to music and educating children
From the pressure to be top dog and prove himself as a musician to bringing music alive with children in the classroom, musician and teacher Daniel Bennier shares what shuts us down to our natural joy of music and what restores us.
Education, Musicians, Performance anxiety, University, Self-worth, Teachers
Serge the Educator – Love and the way of the forever student
“This was by far the best education I have ever received”. University educator Lyndy Summerhaze speaks about the presentations of ‘forever student’ Serge Benhayon. When love is added to the learning equation a divine alchemy occurs.
The classroom of life
Tanya Curtis explores our two key roles of being a forever student and a forever teacher of life in what she calls the classroom of life.
A collection of free audios looking at education in a completely different way. A way that makes a huge amount of sense and is something we all know at heart.
Education, Children, Raising children, Teachers, Essence, Clairsentience, Intelligence
An ever-complicating system
Is our ever-complicating education system truly preparing our young people for the world of work?
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?
The Teacher of All Teachers
There are qualities of a true teacher that can only be confirmed by feeling it for yourself. Serge Benhayon, through his teachings of the Ageless Wisdom and the consistency and beauty of his lived way, will one day be known in the hearts of man to be the teacher of all teachers.
Testimonials, Teachers, Soul, Esoteric, Education, Universal Medicine, Ageless Wisdom
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’.
A life of purpose – does the way we are educated affect our attitude towards life?
Are we preparing young people to be truly engaged in life? Research shows that over half the workforce are not engaged or motivated at work. How does our Education contribute to the ethos of – "Why get up in the morning?"
Youth, Work life balance, Education, Teenagers, Empowerment, Teachers
Circle time: an opportunity for connection and expression
In this article, Johanna Smith shares how circle time can be used to meet, engage and connect with children as a way to support their learning.
Teenagers, Self-empowerment, Performance anxiety, Overwhelm, Teachers
Serge Benhayon – restoring truth to the term teacher
I was so entrenched in the game of ‘the teacher is more, I am less’, yet Serge Benhayon was having none of it, standing ‘with’ you as an equal and accepting nothing less of you; he did not and does not play that game.
Coming out of hiding
Eleanor shares how hiding away from the world is possible but is definitely not a true way of living. While she was hiding, she missed out on life and the world missed out on her.
Anxiety, Money, Self-worth, Teachers, Work life balance, Universal Medicine
The Essence of Yoga
Yoga in essence, is about union with our Soul, the sacredness within. Serge Benhayon speaks on the true teachers who have delivered the essence of yoga to humanity throughout our history.
Ageless Wisdom, Esoteric, Lineage, Philosophy, Sacredness, Soul, Teachers, Yoga, Truth
Care, relationships and postgraduate students: no ‘one size fits all’.
Education can be a cold and lonely place. Competing for higher marks relationships take a poor last place, leaving students feeling downbeat when they don’t achieve what their peers ‘achieve’.
Education is about connection
In this short video Serge Benhayon invites teachers to re-connect to their calling.
Competition or connection: What are students really learning?
We often use the phrase ‘healthy competition’ but how ‘healthy’ is it? What if children are receiving another message from the pressure of ‘winning and striving to be the best’, that has a significant impact on their wellbeing?
Anxiety, Connection, Relationships, Self-esteem, Teamwork, Teachers
Students, teachers and the pressure to achieve: Have we got it back-to-front?
Teachers and students are under increasing pressure to achieve results and outcomes. Do we consider the impact that this pressure is having?
Examining rewards in the classroom: Do they truly support the student?
Do classroom rewards truly support children or do they set in motion ill patterns that they will carry with them throughout life . . . a forever seeking outside themselves for reinforcement and gratification?
Children, Education, Raising children, Relationships, Teachers
What does school look like?
Could it be that the greatest education that can be gained in the world takes place well beyond the confines of any one school?
Waiting for the Messiah
Messiah figures, most religions have them but how does the new religion of the Way of the Livingness approach the idea of a ‘sent one’?
Box ticking or true wellbeing in schools?
Teacher wellbeing is an item that is firmly on the agenda and school leaders are being asked to ensure action is taken to address it, but are we hitting the mark?
A great Persian teacher whose role it was to shine light on the source of our ignorance and the ‘shimmering illusions’ offered by the astral plane – the shadows that keeps us in darkness and separate from our Soul.
Turning poor student behaviour around may be easier than you think
There is a way overturning “bad behaviour” in the classroom… read more to find out how.
Teaching is a marathon and not a sprint… are you ready to get fit?
Tips on how to get to the end of term without the usual teacher burnout.
Is being a teacher making you tired?
Are you tired of being tired? If so, are you willing to make some changes? A conversation between educators about making changes to be fit for the profession.
Kids with Sticks
Learning music and especially the drums should be fun and not a tedious exercise in music notation. There is so much that can be done with two simple rhythms on the drums and this is what Kids with Sticks is all about.