Evolutionary Education challenges the very foundation of our competitive system. The first part of the book examines the history of our competitive nature, showing how we became such a competitive species. It then lays out an alternative system; a non-competitive educational model that puts competition in its rightful place, as an advanced aspect of an activity, something to be entered into once c...
Publisher: Evolutionary Education; First edition (October 13, 2008)
Package Dimensions: 6 x 5.5 x 1 inches
Amazon Rank: 18867888
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excellant overview and insight......a little bit of a 'zen approach' which surely couldn't hurt, this day and age.The quick, competative method of teaching education, or anything, for that matter, just does not provide for an optimal outcome.....we a...
n the fundamental physical, mental, and emotional skills can be demonstrated. The basic question is, Why do we throw people, especially children, into competitive situations before they can demonstrate the fundamental skills? This competitive approach to learning sets up a dynamic of a small amount of excellence and a vast majority of mediocrity. No wonder we have so many intractable problems in our world. The last part of the book provides a blueprint that will lead our species to evolve to higher levels of consciousness. Evolutionary Education offers a viable vision for a new era of cooperation, innovation, inspiration, excellence, peace, joy, and transcendence.