Think on These Things Syllabus
This is a fully developed syllabus for an inquiry-based program for high school and college students, with the goal of creating a space for authentic exploration of fundamental questions. This syllabus is ultimately geared towards opening up new avenues of exploration within existing classroom structures, and provides materials and lesson plans that are intended to be integrated into the current curriculum and educational paradigm, while facilitating the space and opportunities for new possibilities to emerge in conversation and in the interrelationships between students and teachers.
The syllabus book contains a variety of suggestions, and helpful information for those interested in working it into their classrooms. The book contains numerous lesson plans, as well as information regarding the practical application of the lesson plans and discussions.
Publisher: Krishnamurti Educational Center
Authors: Willem Zwart, MA, MA (Ed); Jacob Sluijter, Amanda Lezra
Copyright ©2014 Krishnamurti Foundation of America
77 pp, paper
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