1. thisbigcity:

    urbanination:

    Jakriborg, Sweden is a predominantly car free, transit and pedestrian oriented and considerably dense new urbanist development. 

    瑞典Jakriborg絕大多數地區沒有汽車,以大眾運輸和行人為主,新都市開發案也多採用密集式建築。

    Reminds me of “A Pattern Language” one of my sources for thinking about Human Scale schools. In a community like this the school could easily use the whole town as a resources for learning.

    Reblogged from: thisbigcity
  2. Public Education is for the People, the Children and the Community! Not Corporate Profits! Occupy Education!

    Public Education is for the People, the Children and the Community! Not Corporate Profits! Occupy Education!

  3. occupyedu:

As a student, I occupy my education with a community that fosters passion and encourages my questions.

    occupyedu:

    As a student, I occupy my education with a community that fosters passion and encourages my questions.

    Reblogged from: occupyedu
  4. occupyedu:

Occupy Education: School should be a time and place for students to discover and become themselves. At the same time, they should learn to become contributing members of something bigger than themselves: A classroom community, a group of friends, a family, a neighborhood, a polis.
As educators, therefore we must aspire toward building classroom communities around this ideal: where each person is encouraged to grow and thrive in harmony with others.
See my blog post:  Part I — “Education is political”:  The people and the polis .

I strongly agree we the whole statement above! Schools should be based on community of individuals learning and developing themselves while learning to be part of a larger community!

    occupyedu:

    Occupy Education: School should be a time and place for students to discover and become themselves. At the same time, they should learn to become contributing members of something bigger than themselves: A classroom community, a group of friends, a family, a neighborhood, a polis.

    As educators, therefore we must aspire toward building classroom communities around this ideal: where each person is encouraged to grow and thrive in harmony with others.

    See my blog post:  Part I — “Education is political”:  The people and the polis .

    I strongly agree we the whole statement above! Schools should be based on community of individuals learning and developing themselves while learning to be part of a larger community!

    Reblogged from: occupyedu
  5. Students have a great opportunity to use their collective voice to stand up to practices in education that do not help them to be creative, innovative, mindful, critical thinkers. Students deserve education that is passion and project based that has a connection to life and to their community. 
Please encourage your students to use their voice to make change, even if it means occupying classrooms and gyms, even if it means walking out of class. Students have power to make change, teachers have the power to make change, parents have the power to make change. We just need to come together around education transformation!
Please reblog this and join us by submit your voice to the ever expanding collections of power messages of change!
Submit Here
-adventures in learning
occupyedu:

I occupy education because I’m tired of failure
I occupy education  because I believe in real reforms and second chances
I occupy education  because I work to bring students to the table
I occupy education because I’ve been told that I’m a failure because I’m 17 in the 9th grade. Even though I’ve been declare advanced in all core subject areas except for mathamatics. 
I occupy education  because I believe its time we reclaim education.
I occupy education because I believe everyone’s voice counts, not just the 1%’s.

    Students have a great opportunity to use their collective voice to stand up to practices in education that do not help them to be creative, innovative, mindful, critical thinkers. Students deserve education that is passion and project based that has a connection to life and to their community. 

    Please encourage your students to use their voice to make change, even if it means occupying classrooms and gyms, even if it means walking out of class. Students have power to make change, teachers have the power to make change, parents have the power to make change. We just need to come together around education transformation!

    Please reblog this and join us by submit your voice to the ever expanding collections of power messages of change!

    Submit Here

    -adventures in learning

    occupyedu:

    I occupy education because I’m tired of failure

    I occupy education  because I believe in real reforms and second chances

    I occupy education  because I work to bring students to the table

    I occupy education because I’ve been told that I’m a failure because I’m 17 in the 9th grade. Even though I’ve been declare advanced in all core subject areas except for mathamatics.

    I occupy education  because I believe its time we reclaim education.

    I occupy education because I believe everyone’s voice counts, not just the 1%’s.

    Reblogged from: occupyedu
  6. occupyedu:

I am the out-of-work educator, who holds a Master of Arts in Education Degree, a Bachelor of Arts Degree, 3 volunteer jobs, $40,000 in debt, 5 resumes, 10 cover letters, and several years of youth experience.  
I occupy education, everyday, by holding out hope that the opportunity to educate our youth will happen soon, so I can facilitate them in the learning of not repeating the same mistakes others have made in our financial sector. 
I am the Progressive Educator;  I am the 99% 

    occupyedu:

    I am the out-of-work educator, who holds a Master of Arts in Education Degree, a Bachelor of Arts Degree, 3 volunteer jobs, $40,000 in debt, 5 resumes, 10 cover letters, and several years of youth experience.  

    I occupy education, everyday, by holding out hope that the opportunity to educate our youth will happen soon, so I can facilitate them in the learning of not repeating the same mistakes others have made in our financial sector. 

    I am the Progressive Educator;  I am the 99% 

    Reblogged from: occupyedu
  7. freetheseed:

Audre Lord - Indigenous and Cultural Rights Activist and Author

    freetheseed:

    Audre Lord - Indigenous and Cultural Rights Activist and Author

    Reblogged from: so-treu

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