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Friday Lesson: Thoughts on Sharing Journal Entries With Others

More on Learning Through Writing and Reflection: Thoughts on Sharing Journal Entries With Others From The Me I See, 2 Edition ©2009—an easy-to-use collection of journaling prompts produced by the Wood ‘N’ Barnes Collective. Journaling is a powerful reflection tool that helps individuals solidify and understand their thoughts and work through their personal feelings and reactions to the world around...

Friday Lesson: Learning Through Writing & Reflection

From The Me I See, 2 Edition ©2009—an easy-to-use collection of journaling prompts produced by the Wood ‘N’ Barnes Collective. Introducing Students/Clients to Journaling The practice of reflection is what helps us maintain balance in this hectic world. By passing the art of reflection on to our students and clients we are providing them with tools for thinking, exploring, and responding to the...

Friday Lesson: John Dewey, Final

A Summary of John Dewey’s Experience and Education from Steven Simpson’s Genuine Learning, Genuine Freedom: An Educator’s Reflections on the Philosophy of John Dewey, in 11 parts. ©2010, Steven Simpson & Wood ‘N’ Barnes Publishing Point No. 11. If experiential education is to be community-based, it includes teaching students to work with others. One aspect of education as part of society...

Friday Lesson: John Dewey, 10

A Summary of John Dewey’s Experience and Education from Steven Simpson’s Genuine Learning, Genuine Freedom: An Educator’s Reflections on the Philosophy of John Dewey, in 11 parts. ©2010, Steven Simpson & Wood ‘N’ Barnes Publishing Point No. 10. Experiential education is not only student-centered. It also is community-based. Another reason that Dewey did not worry about experiential...

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