Issue 14 - March 2010
- Written by Radhika Herzberger
Deep Ecology, a current philosophical movement initiated by the Norwegian philosopher Arne Naess in 1972, is shaping the environmental debate by asking fundamental questions about who we are and what human progress means rather than searching merely for technological fixes.
- Written by Shashidhar Jagadeeshan
I am a 17-year-old adolescent male. I am sure this very statement gives you the heebie-jeebies! My parents and teachers are highly educated and have no qualms in sharing all the latest research on adolescents, plus their own home-grown wisdom about teenagers, with me.
- Written by Roopika Jayaram
When I joined Rishi Valley School a little over an year ago, I was introduced to the teachers' resource cupboard, which had files overflowing with reading and reference material for the Social Studies curriculum for Class 6.
- Written by Willem Zwart
As a teacher I am always looking for a good thesis sentence, for that perfect one-sentence statement that is a concise summary of an article, a film, an argument, a teaching.
- Written by Gopal Krishnamurthy, Michael Lommel, Susan (Sunsong) Clark
Krishnamurti suggested that, 'Education can be transformed only by educating the educator, and not merely creating a new pattern, a new system of action.' Around this challenge, a group of educators participated in a two-week intensive Teaching Academy in the summer of 2009, at Ojai, California.