For many of us in the West, our lives are relatively prosperous and filled with choices. Having evolved to the point where we no longer spend our days chopping wood and carrying water, we can continue to cultivate ourselves, study, and learn new things. Supporting engagement in life-long learning is, in fact, the purpose of this publication. As readers of LILIPOH, we are collectively educating ourselves both externally and internally. Continue Reading...
Whose Idea is Your Child Thinking? The Effects of Media on Your Child's Context for Life
by Nancy Blanning
It is our fondest hope as parents and teachers that our children will be allowed to encounter the world directly through the freshness and unprejudiced vision of their own eyes, ears, and hands. I think of our grandson’s dedication to snail-watching last spring and summer. Nothing was more interesting to him. Continue Reading...
The Camphill Academy: Renewing Higher Education and Professional Development
by Jan Goeschel
Anyone who follows the current discussion about the future of higher education will quickly recognize that the current world of colleges and universities is in serious need of some radically new ideas and visions. The Camphill Movement in North America, a movement of intentional communities dedicated to social renewal on the basis of Rudolf Steiner’s (1861 – 1925) anthroposophy, is creating a prototype for a new type of higher education community. Continue Reading...
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Issue: Winter 2015: New Ways to Learn - Issue #78, Vol. 20
Latest Issue: Winter 2015
New Ways to Learn ~ Issue #78, Vol. 20
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