Using The Culture Of Childhood To Facilitate Compassionate, Student Centered And Holistic Education

Shaun McGurgan

Abstract


Much work has been done on describing the faults of the education system and yet solutions are few and far between. What I have presented here is one solution to a possible range of solutions. By using the culture of childhood as the foundation for an authentic student centred education I hope to develop human beings who are integrated – because they have developed all their capacities – and self confident – because they have been affirmed.


Keywords


Culture Of Childhood, Student Centered And Holistic Education

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.25078/ijhsrs.v1i1.150

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