THE TRANSFORMATIVE POWER OF LEARNING
September – November 2005
Articles in this Magazine
A DECIDEDLY DIFFERENT MIND
by Stephanie Pace Marshall
A new story of learning and schooling is silently unfolding, changing our cultural narrative and enabling our children to reclaim their deepest selves.
by Kirk Schneider
Moving from an emphasis on technical competance to values, meaning, inquiry, and discovery will transform our experience of learning.
GROWING GLOBAL CITIZENS
by Abdul Aziz Said
A globally sensitive educational curriculum has enormous potential as a catalyst for social change, improving the human condition, and serving the whole human community.
THE INVISIBLE SCHOOL
Tobias Bodine interviews Jon Young
For this master tracker, nauturalist, and teacher, the greatest adventures and deepest satisfactions will emerge from discovering our “indigenous” awareness.
by Arjuna Ardagh
The author of The Translucent Revolution offers seven steps for achieving a “radical awakening,” which may have nothing to do with enlightenment.
INTEGRAL EDUCATION AND NONDUALITY
by Haridas Chaudhuri
The late Indian philosopher and yogi on the empirical self, the transcendental self, and the limits of our educational institutions.
BEFORE KNOWING, BEING
by Carrie Gray
Everything we need to “know” can be found in the present moment, but only when we allow for “not knowing.”