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Teaching Freedom

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Rachel Davison

on 17 April 2014

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Transcript of Teaching Freedom

The Premises
What is the role of the educator?
How do we foster these virtues?
What prepares students for the collaborative, creative culture of the free society?

Teaching Freedom
The Alternative
How do we make the
methodology of
our classrooms consonant
with our goals
for a free society?

The Self-Education Premise
Free-Society Premise
Classroom is a micro-society
Habits and Virtues for a Free Society
Rational independence
Peaceful cooperativeness
Creativity
Active pursuit of life-affirming values
The Self-Education Premise
Free Society Premise
Habits & Virtues
Rational independence
Peaceful cooperativeness
Creativity
Active pursuit of life-affirming values
The Physical Environment
The Methodology
The Social Environment
“[Education] must aim
at improving the individual
in order to improve society.”
Maria Montessori,
From Childhood to Adolescence
Conclusion
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