What is a conscious classroom?
Conscious classrooms are full of joy, and laughter, and unbridled imagination.
Conscious teachers honor themselves, and respect their students.
Teaching and learning are effortless.
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Children are hungry For the wisdom of the soul, Such wisdom as they can almost remember. The song of god still echoes In their ears, Their shoulders remember wings. We who stand in the power Of half a lifetime’s learning … Continue reading
This is what I was born to do To teach small hands And huge minds To do my own homework first To clean my own house To live in the fullness of my own spirit And share it.
It’s August: time for crickets, goldenrod, and golden school buses. Schools are starting all over the country: last week, next week, two weeks from now. As I prepare for my new year, I have some old questions. I wonder: How … Continue reading
Part 1: Minding Everybody Else’s Business Kids do this all the time. Adults do, too. It’s just more obvious when children do it, because they do it physically, and adults do it mentally and verbally. What am I talking about? … Continue reading
How many of us bring our whole selves into our classrooms? Or rather, how much of ourselves do we park outside our classroom door? What parts of our lives are inappropriate to share with our students? Which parts, while personal, … Continue reading
It has become clear to me that The Conscious Classroom needs to shift. For now, what is right is to integrate it into Tapping The Well Within at http://www.tappingthewellwithin.com After all, true creativity comes from the well of our divinity, whether … Continue reading
It’s New Year’s Day, 2011. Happy New Year, everyone! As I sit here meditating, I am setting forth intentions for the year ahead. Among your New Year’s Resolutions, is there one that says, “My classroom will be a place where … Continue reading