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  • Local Story Traditions in Schools

    Why is Embracing Local Story Traditions in Schools so Important? By Tang Taminga Children love stories. Globally there are some wonderful tales that provide lovely concepts and ideas. However, telling our children stories from the local culture should remain the main stay of the children’s …

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  • Applied Learning

    Gems of Neohumanism By Eric Jacobson In the process of applying the philosophy of Neohumanism to the education of a new generation, we discover that while the general public is likely unaware of the philosophy, certain facets of it are easily appreciated and strike a …

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  • Wisdom-of-the-Clown

    The Wisdom of the Clown Lessons in the language of the heart by Jane Greis At Sunshine we have a special affinity for the performing arts as truly holistic modality. Every year at this time we begin co-creating a theatre play to be performed in …

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  • Conflict-Resolution

    The following article about conflict resolution is taken from the curriculum of the NHE schools in Romania. It was just published in a Romanian journal about Mediation in schools, called “Social Economic Debates: Domains of research – education and educational policies, economic politics, social economy, …

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  • Gems-of-Neohumanism

    Gems of Neohumanism By Eric Jacobson In the process of applying the philosophy of Neohumanism to the education of a new generation, we discover that while the general public is likely unaware of the philosophy, certain facets of it are easily appreciated and strike a …

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  • Teacher Training at the Sunshine School

    The Ecology of Joy Teacher Training at the Sunshine School, Vientiane, Laos By Didi Jyoti Our Neohumanist Sunshine School in Vientiane is directed by Didi Ananda Gaorii and has 360 students. From July 1st through 14th, a wonderful teacher’s training was held for two weeks …

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  • The Child’s Own Learning Strategy

    Play: The Child’s Own Learning Strategy From the Neohumanist Education Curriculum for Romanian Kindergartens for ages 2 – 6 years By Didi Ananda Devapriya Play is at the heart of childhood. Children develop through play. It is the first stage of learning and creativity. Through …

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  • Connecting to Our Divine Nature

    Connecting to Our Divine Nature by Niiti Gannon When we are born, for the first weeks of life, we metaphorically are like underdeveloped creatures. The world is all exploration and survival. What part of my body is this finger and how can I make it …

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  • Gems of Neohumanism

    First article in a new series Gems of Neohumanism By Eric Jacobsen In the process of applying the philosophy of Neohumanism to the education of a new generation, we discover that while the general public is likely unaware of the philosophy, certain facets of it …

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  • The Transference of Consciousness through Storytelling

    The Transference of Consciousness through Storytelling by Tang Taminga   ‘What is truer than the truth? A story!’- Jewish saying   For the past fifteen years, storytelling has been the mainstay of my teaching practice. I enjoy it and the children love it too. When …

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