RE: [Discuss-sudbury-model] How do you apply Sudbury model to early childhood education?

From: Allison Tiffany-Goldstein <Allison_at_NewMomsofAZ.com>
Date: Fri Aug 27 23:02:00 2004

 

Thanks, David! Do you know if there's any information that begins with
infancy?

 

Fondly,

Allison

 

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early childhood education?

 

 

Dear Allison,

You might start with something available in the web,
<http://www.sudval.org/texts/age4and.html> Ages Four and Up, from Child
Rearing (http://www.sudval.org/books.html) By Daniel Greenberg,
<http://www.sudval.org/texts/age4and.html>
http://www.sudval.org/texts/age4and.html .

 

Cheers,

~ David

 

----- Original Message -----

From: Allison <mailto:Allison_at_NewMomsofAZ.com> Tiffany-Goldstein

To: discuss-sudbury-model_at_sudval.org

Sent: Saturday, August 28, 2004 2:26 AM

Subject: [Discuss-sudbury-model] How do you apply Sudbury model to early
childhood education?

 

Hi Everyone!

 

My name is Allison Tiffany-Goldstein, and I'm new to your discussion
list. I discovered Sudbury while researching alternative education on
the Internet. I have a six month old baby girl, and I would like to
know how I can apply the Sudbury model to early childhood education.
Can it be used in educating your infant?

 

My background is as follows.

* Born and raised in New Jersey.

* Mother was a public school teacher.

* Attended public schools as a child. Graduated from high school in
1983.

* B.S. in Secondary Education from public university.

* J.D. from private college.

* Enjoyed school and learning until 7th grade. Disliked school and
learning from 7th grade until senior year in college. Fell in love with
school and learning my senior year in college. Loved "learning" in law
school but strongly disliked the "boot camp" atmosphere of the law
school "system."

* I'm a stay home mom and live in Phoenix.

 

I realized late in life that learning IS fun! There's just a lot of
teachers and school systems that make it awful. I want my daughter to
have a positive experience. Any advice?

 

Thank you in advance.

 

Fondly,

Allison
Received on Fri Aug 27 2004 - 23:01:28 EDT

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