Return to Intuitive Learning Table of Contents These are some of the Key Questions that drive instruction. Without these questions answered, we cannot or should not begin teaching. What is…
Thinking, feeling, willing are tools of learning. Seventy-two power tools of learning are identified.
Education should draw forth the learner’s natural giftedness and talents in a loving environment where learning risks are encouraged and protected by a supportive group of peer learners.
The Learner’s Guild takes education out of the classroom and the school building and makes the world the laboratory of learning. Students are no longer limited by the knowledge of their school’s teachers but are immersed in real life research with experts around the world.
The aim of the dialectical method, often known as dialectics, is to try to resolve the disagreement through rational discussion, and ultimately, the search for truth. Truth is the ultimate goal. Truth must be substantiated and backed up by multiple sources of information.
The human being is basically threefold in its organic structure- head, trunk, limbs. The corresponding functions of thinking, feeling, and willing come to maturity in three distinct stages, each culminating in a particular peak of physiological development: the change of teeth, the arrival of puberty, and finally adulthood.
The task of the teacher is not to mold the mind but to enable it to grow to new dimensions, perhaps beyond the teacher’s own reach. This is how the teacher serves the present for the future.
Thinking, feeling, and willing comprise the triune brain and are the foundation of the Intuitive Learning curriculum.