Spring 2010 Issue

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For Educating the Future, we asked these questions: How does genius emerge in early childhood and during the formative years of education, how do we recognize it, and what are the conditions that would nurture and allow a child's creativity to surface? Find the answers to those questions and more in our Spring 2010 issue.

 

 

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Searching for Level VI

Born Strong Live Strong

Buckingham argues that the Strength Movement is not about changing people, but helping them to become more of who they already are. “Guided by the belief that....

 

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Searching for Level VI

Searching for Level VI

With experience, patience, and lessons learned from failure, you can create a classroom based on trust. The students know you to be fair. You’re dependable. The kids know that....

 

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Motivation 3.0

Motivation 3.0: Interview with Daniel Pink

Bestselling author Daniel Pink considers himself a “data geek.” His drive to compile and analyze information has led him to identify the trends that are shaping....

 

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Awakening Education to meet the Future

Awakening Education to Meet the Future

Jenifer Fox is a remarkable educator. She is equipped with a Masters of Education from Harvard, has experienced almost thirty years of practical experience as a teacher....

 

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Educating The Future - Introduction

Educating The Future - Introduction

To find out how our education systems are evolving to provide future generations with learning environments that better support and nurture children, we talked to innovative educators who have devoted their lives to inspiring the greatest potential within every student....

 

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Growing Talent

Growing Talent: Interview with Daniel Coyle

What do a Russian tennis club, a legendary music academy in the Adirondacks, and the streets of Sao Paulo, Brazil have in common? All of them produce world-class performers, a fact which led journalist and author Daniel Coyle....

 

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Hot Spots

Growing Talent - Hot Spots

While researching The Talent Code, Daniel Coyle traveled to “hotbeds” around the globe to discover their training secrets. In the excerpt below....

 

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Growing Talent

Future Minds: Interview with Harvard Professor Howard Gardner

In educational circles, Harvard developmental psychologist Howard Gardner is something of a rock star. His theory of multiple intelligences challenged....

 

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How Mind Is Developed From Early Childhood

How Mind Is Developed From Early Childhood

From the time you were ushered forth from the womb, you had about a year to decide whether or not you wanted to keep this body. After a year we assume that it is a yes. Most children start getting very smart at about four months, particularly....

 

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How Mind Is Developed From Early Childhood

The Greenhouse Effect is Not Always a Bad Thing

Throughout the northern hemisphere, the beginning of the spring season marks the time to plant our gardens. Yet in many regions the weather can still be quite cold and harm....

 

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Emerging Health Therapies

Emerging Health Therapies

Following a formula very similar to the one used in the blockbuster film What The Bleep Do You Know, this movie is made up of a series of interviews with....

 

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Uncommon Investigations

Uncommon Investigations

There’s a very good reason why Malcolm Gladwell’s previous books are in high demand (with long waiting lists) at most public libraries. As demonstrated in his earlier literary contributions....

 

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The Root Cause

The Root Cause

In his latest book, Congressman and 2008 presidential candidate Ron Paul argues that the Federal Reserve is a root cause for some of the greatest problems the US....

 

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Building the Future - Stones Into Schools: Promoting Peace with Books, Not Bombs, in Afghanistan and Pakistan

Building the Future - Stones Into Schools

In this worthy sequel to the runaway bestseller Three Cups of Tea, mountain climber turned philanthropist Greg Mortenson describes his latest efforts....

 

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Spring is the Time When A Master is Reborn - Jesus the Christ The Life of a Master

Spring is the Time When A Master is Reborn - Jesus the Christ The Life of a Master

Spiritual traditions abound that celebrate spring as the season of rebirth and the resurrection of life. The most familiar in the west is that of Easter....

 

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Local Producer Merges Consciousness with Media

Local Producer Merges Consciousness with Media

>Betsy Chasse is an unlikely poster child for spiritual media. Prior to co-directing and producing What the Bleep Do We Know....

 

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Environmentally Responsible Architechture

Environmentally Responsible Architecture

Tucked away in a mountainous Swiss village near famous thermal baths, architectural wonder Villa Vals resembles a luxury home for hobbits. Built directly into the hillside outside the tiny town of Vals, this holiday retreat was....

 

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A Typical Day in Quantum History Class

A Typical Day in Quantum History Class

The creator of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles shows what school might look like according to the many worlds theory.

 

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