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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 20 May 21

By Lee L. Chazen, M.A.  If you were given the opportunity to completely reimagine education, what would you do? Would you instinctively go back to what you know – the world of textbooks, memorizing content, standardized testing, moving from one class to the next without seeing the big picture of what this all means? Would you create pressure situations where a student’s life comes down to a single moment in time where they are held accountable for information? Would you create large facilities where everyone gathers between certain hours in order to learn at the same time and place? Would …

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By Lee L. Chazen, M.A.  If you were given the opportunity to completely reimagine education, what would you do? Would you instinctively go back to what you know – the world of textbooks, memorizing content, standardized testing, moving from one class to the next without seeing the big picture of what this all means? Would you create pressure situations where …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 20 May 21

By Brandon Norgaard We live in a world that is paradoxically both highly interconnected and deeply divided.  Far off in distant lands and right in our own cities and towns, we find immense and seemingly intractable problems – most notably warfare, poverty, corruption, oppression, disease, and environmental degradation.  Problems of these sorts have been haunting humanity since the dawn of civilization, but we can recognize that they don’t have to be as devastating as they often are.  If we look deeper into the root causes, we would find that each of these problems is either caused or made worse by …

We Need a New Cultural Enlightenment to Address the Greatest Challenges of Our Time Read More »

By Brandon Norgaard We live in a world that is paradoxically both highly interconnected and deeply divided.  Far off in distant lands and right in our own cities and towns, we find immense and seemingly intractable problems – most notably warfare, poverty, corruption, oppression, disease, and environmental degradation.  Problems of these sorts have been haunting humanity since the dawn of …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 14 Mar 21

Welcome to the North American bildung blog.

Welcome to the North American bildung blog.


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