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If We Had a Way to Increase IQ and Develop the Prefrontal Cortex of Inner City Youth Would We Implement It?
One of the founders of Montessori MadMen, a group of fathers who are passionate about promoting Montessori education, loved “The Creation of Conscious Culture through Educational Innovation” but was concerned that in an education market, the poor would be underserved: I … Continue reading
In reading about the concept of honor in Japanese society at Bronze Doors last week I noticed, as is typically the case, that the students are fascinated. Adolescents, I find, crave a sense of honor. I asked them if characters … Continue reading
I just spent a couple of weeks in Austin (with a side trip on Free Cities to Honduras) to help Ariel and Lucas Miller launch The Bronze Doors Academy. In addition to cool courses such as stop-motion animation and learning … Continue reading
For me, the waterfall image, the paradise pool, at the top of the blog (by Terje Sørgjerd) is a natural image for education. But the other day I realized that most education blogs have images such as chalkboards, arithmetic, school books, … Continue reading
My friend Ariel Miller and I are opening the Bronze Doors Academy in Austin, with classes starting Aug. 31, 2011. It is: A college prep, liberal arts program for junior high and high school. Available full time or course-by-course for … Continue reading