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Holistic Pedagogy“It” Is Difficult to Say

Holistic Pedagogy: “It” Is Difficult to Say [This chapter continues to explore the holistic pedagogical approach of quality willed learning. Learning what to ignore is an aspect of quality learning. When one is kind (compassionate) one is wise, one is patient, and one is a quality learner. Quality learning helps one notice what is and helps one learn to forgive oneself again, and again, and again. It also, in a secular manner, fosters kindness, patience, peace, and the wisdom to acquire and/or generate skills one thinks one should develop. It is helpful to know that what is available to learn is infinite; that learning is infinite; that the limits of brain neural plasticity are not known, and that you can often invent your own brain to accomplish what you set out to a accomplish (or to avoid accomplishing what may inhibit peace and wisdom). Quality learning has no boundaries. Quality is that which creates whatever exists. Quality learning must be experienced to be more fully understood. Reducing desire for great accomplishing may be worthwhile to accomplish. “Letting go” is not hanging on to what inhibits peace, compassion, and wisdom. Change can clearly happen from the bottom-up but it requires commitment.] http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png

Holistic Pedagogy“It” Is Difficult to Say

Part of the Critical Studies of Education Book Series (volume 1)
Holistic Pedagogy — Feb 7, 2015

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Publisher
Springer International Publishing
Copyright
© Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2015
ISBN
978-3-319-14943-1
Pages
95 –111
DOI
10.1007/978-3-319-14944-8_9
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Abstract

[This chapter continues to explore the holistic pedagogical approach of quality willed learning. Learning what to ignore is an aspect of quality learning. When one is kind (compassionate) one is wise, one is patient, and one is a quality learner. Quality learning helps one notice what is and helps one learn to forgive oneself again, and again, and again. It also, in a secular manner, fosters kindness, patience, peace, and the wisdom to acquire and/or generate skills one thinks one should develop. It is helpful to know that what is available to learn is infinite; that learning is infinite; that the limits of brain neural plasticity are not known, and that you can often invent your own brain to accomplish what you set out to a accomplish (or to avoid accomplishing what may inhibit peace and wisdom). Quality learning has no boundaries. Quality is that which creates whatever exists. Quality learning must be experienced to be more fully understood. Reducing desire for great accomplishing may be worthwhile to accomplish. “Letting go” is not hanging on to what inhibits peace, compassion, and wisdom. Change can clearly happen from the bottom-up but it requires commitment.]

Published: Feb 7, 2015

Keywords: Quality Learning; Open Play; Great Continuity; Multiple Causation; Large Continuity

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