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  • Service-Learning: Bringing Neohumanism to Life

    Service-Learning: Bringing Neohumanism to Life with Matt Oppenheim, Ph.D Service-Learning is a teaching and learning strategy that integrates meaningful community service with instruction and reflection to enrich the learning experience, teach civic responsibility, and strengthen communities. National Service Learning Clearinghouse    http://www.servicelearning.org/what-is-service-learning   Breaking it Down Research …

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  • Art in Class Five, Mombassa Kenya

    Art in Class Five Mombasa, Kenya By Avt. Ananda Giitika Ac. In defiance of material constraints common to East African schools, the Ananda Marga Academy of Kiembeni, Mombasa, has been offering art experiences to upper primary pupils of Class Five, a class having 54 children. …

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  • Telling Stories Accra Ghana

    Telling Stories Accra Ghana By Didi Gayatri To catch the attention of young children, sing with them before starting the story. We use gestures during the song so they will be more participative. To keep their concentration during the story, ask them to imitate the …

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  • Educating Balance in an Accelerating World

    Educating Balance in an Accelerating World By Avtk. Ananda Devapriya Ac.   Introduction The very landscape of childhood has been radically altered since those of us now involved in early childhood education were children. Contemporary adults may treasure fond childhood memories of acting out elaborate …

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  • Circle of Love: An Instrument to Help Childhood Development

    Circle of Love: An Instrument to Help Childhood Development An Experiment with Children from 2 to 4 years By – Andressa Ayres Pelanda & Liana Perozzo dos Santos   1. Introduction A deep and alarming deficiency in emotional intelligence is seen as one of the …

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  • Thoughts on Testing

    Thoughts on Testing By Eric Jacobson You will not get an argument from me against the state tests. They are well-designed by dedicated and brilliant thinkers. They accurately measure a narrow sliver of academic proficiency, assuming the child being evaluated is giving full effort on …

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  • Ten Teaching Strategies for Transformation

    Ten Teaching Strategies for Transformation By Tony Palmieri No matter what we are teaching, we can employ neohumanistic strategies that address howwe are teaching it, which can make teaching that subject, no matter how mundane, transformative! Let’s discuss each of those strategies.   1. Joyously Pursuing Activities of …

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  • And then there was chanting….

    And then there was chanting…. or How to Introduce Chanting & Kiirtan to Staff By Mahajyoti Glassman In general chanting is simply the rhythmic speaking or singing of words or sounds. Chanting can include mantra as well as other meaningful sounds from other languages. Chants …

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  • Holistic Self-Development for Teachers

    Holistic Self-Development for Teachers Based on a workshop given at the Teacher Training Program at Zonnelicht School, March 2011 by Didi A.Devapriya Have you ever had one of those days when your computer crashes while in the midst of a project you have been working …

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  • Visual Thinking

    Visual Thinking By Mariah Howard When was the last time you found yourself drawing or painting? Did you love to doodle and paint just for fun when you were a kid? Some of us were lucky enough to make art throughout our primary school years, …

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