Monthly Archives: January 2011

Dewey and the Discussion

Yesterday morning I led a lesson around the contentious picture book by John Marsden and Sean Tan called ‘The Rabbits’. Contentious because it portrays, as an allegory, the colonisation of Australia in an emotionally awakening and imaginative way, with an … Continue reading

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Aesthetic Education

published in the Journal for Anthroposophy in Australia, Summer issue 2010. (It was not properly edited, please excuse the ending). Gosia Winter, WA To achieve instead of moral practices, morality, instead of things known, knowledge, instead of happy experiences, happiness, … Continue reading

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Reading Melting Snow

When the compacted, stained snow melts it uncovers the debris of frozen moments. The exploded and unexploded fireworks of NYE, the leavings of dogs, bottles and general rubish – all that the snow had covered. We are quite happy to … Continue reading

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Action Assignment – a little change

Yesterday I met with a peer in Berlin and I put to her the idea of creating an event we called ‘Education Action Days’, running from about the 2-6th of March this year. I am taking this on as an … Continue reading

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