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

From: Scott David Gray <sgray_at_sudval.org>
Date: Sat Aug 28 03:49:00 2004

Check out 'Child Rearing' by Danny Greenberg. The book
concentrates on the first four years of life. Also, sample
chapters are available on the web.

http://www.sudval.org/books.html#121

Take care!

On Fri, 27 Aug 2004, Allison Tiffany-Goldstein wrote:

> Hi Everyone!
>
>
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> 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?
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> 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.
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> 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?
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>
> Thank you in advance.
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>
> Fondly,
>
> Allison
>
>

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