We Have HOW-TO DO IT Answers for Education Reform that WORKS!


Let’s start with the Big Comprehensive Picture with no details per se, but  rather, an overarching view that addresses graduating students as adults from a Rapport Driven Systems Approach Education System,

  • Prepared to parent,
  • Prepared to meet the socioeconomic realities of an Information and Technology Age,
  • Prepared to collaborate win-win scenarios based on wholism perspectives,
  • Prepared to communicate effectively for personal, emotional, mental, social, intimate, and business relationships,
  • Prepared for a fast paced life where we are more high level thinking skills, relationship, and communication dependent, as our global world becomes influential at local community levels with rapid exchanges dominating our pace of being that’s indicative of an Information & Technology Age.

 

AKRNAs Goal Wholism Systems Approach 1024x721 We Have HOW TO DO IT Answers for Education Reform that WORKS!

 

Programs with Curricula for Each Step Indicated on the Above Chart

  • Prepared Parenting Classing (filling in the missing manual every parent needs in order to know how to parent without the burden of having to experiment generation after generation)
  • Infant Parent Classes (Glenn Doman’s Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential & Sign2Me – This is collaboration starting today!)
  • As Buds Blossom  Pre-K through grade 2 (Montessori, Waldorf, Bruno Bettelheim’s insights, and more)
  • Middle School through Jr. High (advancing The Matea Model with each grade level)
  • High School coupled with operating a business as learning-life reality process, and cultural exchanges.
  • World Entry as vocational-tech and college training as determined by Erdekinder experiences to be appropriate to each student  

 

No matter where you turn, people are having discussions about educational reform, and the same basic question inevitably lands on the table, “Great, we know a paradigm shift level change is upon us, but HOW DO WE DO IT?”  

So far, I usually see people scrambling to find schools here and there that are getting positive results, and then attempting to figure out what it is that they are doing right.  This is the current state of affairs.

  • And we, of course, have been entertaining this SAME question for over 20 years.
  • And, to some degree, our answer has ridden a roller coaster of “plug-in an answer, and let’s see how well it “plays” adventure.
  • And, there exists a generalized resistance to collaborating and, in actuality, of organizations joining their forces.
    •  While there’s an upsurge of creative approaches with viewpoints and programs improving and validating learning successes, without a concurrent merging of how their offerings are adding unto more unified system, we shall continue to suffer the gaps of a world divided and not uniting its shared interests.
    • We must be brave enough to take this collaborative step and build trusting alliances that not only make sense, but also hold a modicum of elevating everyone’s efforts to be more than they’d be from their isolated independence.  This is essentially an outcome of rapport is it not?!

Rapport is a state of empathic respect exchanging communication with each other while simultaneously building trust. How can we afford to live in the 21st century without rapport?!

Today, A.K.R.N.A emerges with our answers from the same preponderance upon the issues that people are engaging to this day, coupled with experiential feedback, and a dose of intuitive insight.

Also, a certain sense of not being afraid of “mistakes” opened up a learning curve, because we were prepared to learn the gems of awareness delivered by each “mistake.”  Lessons of understanding, derived by whatever means the insight came from, have become the bedrock of our foundational systems thinking approach.  It entails a comprehensive answer to this poignant and urgent question of HOW TO make educational reform happen. 

We propose enhancing each others efforts and desires by engaging in inter-active ongoing co-creating learning projects by which we will be leading the wave of an education paradigm shift via our role modeling collaborations – quite a beautiful thing.

 

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2 Comments

  1. Hooray! These are ecxlleent points and need to be heeded. Education is not only about teachers, but involves every aspect of a child’s life, therefore we are all responsible. Our children cannot afford for leaders to be arrogant, issuing directives that alienate. Everyone should be at the table and invited to participate. Involve parents and demonstrate that they are vital to their children’s future and they will be involved.

    • @ Rhoberta, Parental involvement is an essential component for a 21st century paradigm rooted in Rapport teaching for learning. Relationships driving our children’s well-being lies at the heart of our collective human spirit, and our potential to realize futures designed to honor and respect each other with win-win scenarios guiding our interactive and interdependent social health for prosperity. At the heart of every child are their parents, and I see schools as living bridges of education assisting parents in educating their children! To me that is realistic accountability and appropriate response-ability.

      What are your thoughts about extending the system to 21 years so we graduate young adults, not teens?

      Gives us better leverage to round out their education with business and worldly experiences while still being mentored and focusing on what they can learn about themselves and their skills before tossing them into the world with their family making urges on “high” :) !
      All to Love, Sharon

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