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The Subjective Life of the Child

By Ellen Hall

A new education is coming which will encompass the objective and subjective life of the child.

The very young child has an undivided consciousness. His inner world and outer world blend together in a natural flow. But when he goes to school, everything changes: school is where consciousness is divided. The current school model is only concerned with the outer world. This must change in the new education.
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Who You Are Speaks So Loudly

By Ellen Hall

“Who you are speaks so loudly I can’t hear what you’re saying.” This quote by Ralph Waldo Emerson describes a truth about how children feel about their teachers.

It’s the truth that many of us in education would prefer not to know: children learn more form who we are than from what we say. But who are we? and how can we align ourselves to be the impactful educators we long to be?
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Preparing Children for Life

By Ellen Hall

Our lives are not measured only by what we know but by the quality of our daily experience, the quality of our relationships, of what we feel, of what we give.

The joy of our life is to find the gift we have to give to the world. The purpose of our life is to give that gift.

What will our children need to learn in school in order to be prepared to be joyful, healthy, resourceful, creative and knowledgeable adults?
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