4 edition of Democractic Schools found in the catalog.
|Statement||Open University Press|
|Publishers||Open University Press|
|LC Classifications||June 1, 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 122 p. :|
|Number of Pages||80|
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Lost direction Without a strict academic structure in place, some learners may feel a lack of direction. Democracy means free exchange of views, which is only possible when power is decentralized.
That role will be rotated regularly. The school acts as a community where children are free from adult authority and a platform for them to grow both personally and professionally at Democractic Schools own speed.
— Critic of conventional education and proponent of un-schooling, which can be also done at home• Play is seen as activity every bit as worthy as academic pursuits, often even more valuable. Montessori Method, Project Method, Dalton Plan, Heuristic Method, laboratory method, or experimental method, socialized techniques, seminars, symposiums, discussions are based on democratic trend. He found that class meetings, service education, saturation in the arts, and an emphasis on interpersonal Democractic Schools helped overcome some of these challenges.
Democratic method give due consideration to individual differences as well as to the needs of the society. We also believe in carefully crafted evaluation systems that give struggling teachers a chance to succeed and protect due process. It is a public school.
Self-directed education is education that derives from the self-chosen activities and life experiences of the learner, whether or not those activities were chosen deliberately for the purpose of education.
They also aim to impact humanity with tolerance, love and service.
Every member of the school — whether a student or a staff member — has equal voice and equal vote in those decisions.