Category: Society

Maria Montessori 150 years

“On the higher educational level, justice is something truly spiritual; it tries to ensure that every child shall make the best of himself (achieve his potential). Justice is to give every human being the necessary help to bring about the fullest spiritual stature. Service of the spirit at every age means helping those energies that…
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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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Kids dancing

Relationships at School – a Cornerstone of an Empathetic Society

The researchers found that having strong social connections was important for both happiness and meaningfulness… A question was asked in relation to an instagram post by Teal School with regards to Evolutionary Purpose. The question was “What Do We mean by building relationships in schools?” In response to a very important question: This post explains…
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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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The brighter future is in the hands of Wholeness

“It is about people. Connecting deeply to each other, to themselves and to the system. From seeing the system as something that is out there, something they´re doing to us, towards seeing yourself as being part of the system” /Otto Scharmer, talk about U Theory, Wisdom 2.0 The month of October is coming to an…
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