Personal Creeds and Philosophies of the Right Kind of Education. « Cooperative Catalyst

Teaching is the art of process and progress. As a teacher, I see my role as helping student to construction their own meaning of the world both as a living learning community and an individual. The elementary grades formed the foundation of this building of meaningful construction.

“We will be a democratic learning cooperative, who meet in a classroom, but understand that learning happens in all places and at all times.” This effectively begins a long manifesto on the right kind of education. It is a vision of empowered, responsible, authentic learning.

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About Alan Stange

I am an Alumni of the University of Regina, class or 1980. After a two year posting with CUSO in Kaduna, Nigeria, I worked in South-central Saskatchewan in rural K-12 schools. I took a year of post-graduate studies and then moved into administration. I stepped out of that role in 2007 and returned to the classroom as an elementary school teacher. I am currently in Moose Jaw.
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One Response to Personal Creeds and Philosophies of the Right Kind of Education. « Cooperative Catalyst

  1. David Loitz says:

    THANKS for posting this link~ glad you found some meaning in it. You are better than me at simplifying my message~

    David

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