Educating for Human Greatness

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Peppertree Press, 2010 - Education - 187 pages
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Educating for Human Greatness is the long overdue paradigm shift for the way we educate children in our public schools. This field-tested model, created by a group of master educators, broadens and deepens education so it all makes sense, yet it simplifies the process we call school. Educating for Human Greatness restores joy and enthusiasm to teaching and learning, enabling to produce superior outcomes with students. EfHG empowers everyone -students, parents, administration, legislators, and it will especially restore honor and respect to teachers- empowering them to develop as great contributors to the profession. In general, Educating for Human Greatness helps everyone fall in love with learning. The Educating for Human Greatness conception can be used by parents at home to help bring out the best in their children every day. It is also a valuable model for teachers in business, government, or church. The principles and priorities are now readily available to add zest to your life, too. -Anthony Dallmann-Jones, PhD, Editor Educating for Human Greatness educators should not be surprised when students find it difficult to leave the building in the afternoon and race to school the next morning! -Frank Kros, President of The Upside Down Organization

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