How are analogue teachers preparing their students for a digital future?

Went to sleep with some questions : Just how off tangent am I from the goals and purpose I had set out about teaching? Am  I asking the right questions? If I had the right thought 1-2 years ago, how much of that belief would still be relevant in the context of the rapid change and increased channels those change have brought to amplify or execute that thought?

In trying to put it in words the contents of a fuzzy dream that seemed to stretch hours: You are standing at the leading edge of thought. It is true because you wonder;you will be the generation that witnesses the crossover to the intergalactic civilization. You are the last of the analogue/atom age. Choose your battles and efforts not from the perspective of what’s gone wrong but what needs to be.

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The Indigo Child as an Adult

I’ve recently discovered the concept of Indigo Child.

Many adults feel that by forcing children to conform to traditions where children must obey and behave, conform to institutions like state-authorities (legal,schooling,working) children will grow up to be good. But they cannot understand that if continue to raise children in the image of a dysfunctional society we then subject them to inherit unquestioned beliefs about what living means. Continue reading “The Indigo Child as an Adult”