A Different Three Rs for Education: Reason, Relationality, Rhythm

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INDEX
actual occasions (Whitehead), 66, 78, 79. 125, 158
Allan, George, 1–15, 20, 27–42, 123, 169
amateurs, 93
Applebee, Arthur N., 142
apprentices, 93
Arendt, Hannah, 139
Aristotle, 34, 67, 75, 88, 135
art of life (Whitehead), 127, 155, 157, 161, 166
assessment, 174
Association for Process Philosophy of Education, 15
Aurelius, Marcus, 135
Badger, Waylon, 110–11
Bakhtin, Mikhail, 63, 67
Bateson, Gregory, 20
becoming, 17–18
Benedict of Nursia 122
Benedictine monks, 58
Bennett, John C., 21, 22, 125, 169–182
Bentham, Jeremy, 28, 29
Bergson, Henri, 14–15
Big Thicket Natural Area, 84–85
Birch, Charles, 23–24
Bohm, David, 55
Britton, James, 62
Brumbaugh, Robert S., 22–23, 87, 96–97, 99
Bruner, Jerome, 163
Buber, Martin, 53, 55, 133
Buddhism, 125, 135
Burbules, Nicholas, 159–61
Bush, George W. 137
change of aspect, 144–53
charter schools 1–2
Chartres Cathedral, 137
Chicago Wilderness, 84–85
Cobb, John Jr., 135
collaboration
c. by students, 52–53, 128–32
c. by teachers, 122–25, 132
common good, 8–11, 134, 156, 161, 170, 178
Commoner, Barry, 84
community, 113–14, 136, 161, 170, 172, 176–78, 178, 181
connectedness, 20–21, 115, 179
creativity (Whitehead), 18–20
Csikszentmihalyi, Mihaly, 18, 88–94, 100, 102, 125
Cuba travel seminar, 105–10, 113, 114, 116–17, 118
culture of fear, 171–76
Davis, Brent, et al, 152
democracy, 137, 157
Descartes, René, 22, 23, 77, 135
Dewey, John, 14–15, 65, 116, 141
dialogue, 50–52
dialogue-journals, 52–54
disconnection, 171–76, 178, 179–80
ecological philosophy of nature (Whitehead), 75–80
education
collaborative e., 137
environmental e., 75–85
moral e., 27–42
reform of e., 1–3
relational e., 103, 115–16
Eisley, Loren, 41
El Oro Way Elementary School, 113–14, 115, 117, 118
Elm Fork Education Center, 82–3, 85
emotions, 21–23, 44–45, 108
English Language Learners, 128–31, 133, 134
environmentalism, 114–16
Estrada, Christelle, 19, 22, 121–140
ethics, 27, 169, 178
competitive individualistic e. 174
egalitarian e., 1791
hedonistic e., 28–29, 32, 42
law-based e., 28–29, 31
process e., 30–33, 123
Evans, Malcolm, 1–15, 17–25, 155–169, 171
experts, 93

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