DSM: Workshop Way

Robert Swanson (robertswanson@icehouse.net)
Tue, 21 Nov 2000 00:52:45 -0800

on 11/20/00 10:28 AM, John Axtell at newlife@theofficenet.com wrote:
> Robert,
> I went to the web page and got just a bit overloaded :)
> Can you, or anyone else on the list, briefly tell me why the "workshop way" is
> superior to the SVM and similar paradigms?
> John Axtell

I had trouble too. I'll forward to Heartlight & ask Chad -- Chad, what is
the Workshop Way???

> Robert Swanson wrote:
>> Please click on the Tripod page at the bottom of this message.
>> Thanks Chad, can I buy you dinner?
>> Joseph Pearce does a wonderful job summarizing research.
>> Us adults have 20% the potential of a six year old, and of this potential we
>> use only 5%. As animal brains we are 100%. As human consciousness we are 1%.
>> Why? Because children watch adults (Not HEAR us, I said WATCH us).
>> 95% percent of learning is below conscious awareness. We adults have 5%
>> conscious effect on children.
>> How to educate children to be more than 1% human? Model congruency having a
>> foundation in the heart and emotions. Has anyone informed the students that
>> this is what they must model for each other??? Has anyone told them to
>> regard adults as truly retarded??? If not, why? What are you afraid of? Is
>> honesty and giving kids a chance really such a problem?
>> robert
>> ----------
>> From: "Chad Osborne" <cosborne@worcester.edu>
>> Reply-To: heartlight@egroups.com
>> http://www.workshopway.com/html/frame.html
>> Joseph Chilton Pearce recommends Grace Pilon's THE WORKSHOP WAY as
>> even better than Waldorf and Sudbury Valley. See what you think.
>> Pearce's online articles are posted at
>> http://members.tripod.com/~ozpk/000Pearce.
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