Though there is a general awareness of the need for change in education relative to school organization, teaching and learning, curriculum, and school administration; most, if not all, of what is said is only partially processed by the reader's mind. The need for profound, revolutionary change in the way we think about education is highlighted in this work. Author J. Richard Wingerter addresses the natural shortcomings of the mind's thinking process in an attempt to bring about fresh, new ideas to contemporary education literature.
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About the Author
J. Richard Wingerter is a retired teacher.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Introduction: A Call for Revolution in Education; Teaching, Learning, and the Partially Functioning Mind; Teaching, Learning, and the Fully Functioning Meditative Mind: The "How" Question; Schools and the Meditative Mind; The Fully Educated Mind: Observer