Category: Research

Embodied knowledge

The Second Mode of Knowing

I have been wanting to share Ken Wilber’s video on The missing link in Education, take a look at his video below. That which strikes me and I see as most necessary for Teal School is the second mode of knowing Ken Wilber speaks of. The table below shows the two modes of knowing in…
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From ego to eco system thinking

Educational Futures

How might we build our capacity to both imagine and create futures that are the futures that we really want to see coming about Keri Facer Professor of Educational & Social Futures Our conceptualization of how the world works and our narrative about the future sets the direction for the development of society. At present,…
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SCARF model

Understanding needs – SCARF in school

Do you know your brain? You probably know a little something. Like how it works through firing neurons in complex neural networks, and how the brain chemistry: hormones like dopamine, serotonin and adrenaline, affect how you feel. You probably know that different areas of the brain are dedicated to e.g. language, vision etc, and you…
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Robert Kegan: the Evolution of the Self

Robert Kegan is one of the researchers whose work has inspired us at Teal School. He is a retired Professor in Adult Learning and Professional Development at Harvard Graduate School of Education and the author of books like The Evolving Self, In Over Our Heads and Immunity to Change. We encourage you to listen to…
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Why grades?

Why grades?

A little while ago I started thinking about the purpose of grades. I’ve been against grades altogether for years, but I hadn’t reflected that deeply about why they were there in the first place. There has been an ongoing debate about starting to give out grades in 4th grade in Sweden, instead of 6th grade…
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