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Encounter 20(4) Winter 2007.
Guest Editorial: New Thinking about Homework. Etta Kralovec
A Brief History of Homework. Etta Kralovec
An Interview with Alfie Kohn. William Crain
A Parent's Perspective on Homework. Sara Bennett
Homework and the Freedom to Think: A Piagetian Perspective. William Crain
Do the Math: Redesigning Homework to Create More Time for Learning. Chris Ellsasser
Hazardous Homework? The Relationship Between Homework, Goal Orientation, and Well-Being in Adolescence. Mollie K. Galloway and Denise Pope
The Homework Trap. Kenneth Goldberg
The Homework Revolution. Susan Ohanian
Encounter 20(3) Autumn 2007.
Editorial: Stones. William Crain
Children: An Endangered Species? Chris Mercogliano
Homework: A Conversation with Sara Bennett. Kate McReynolds
Profanity Against the Teacher: A Personal Story. Sheridan Gold
What Trees Know: Talking with Teachers about the Imagination of Being. Richard Lewis
Practice or Perfect? Suzanne Hudd
Distorted Graduation Rate Statistics in Higher Education. Paul Attewell and David E. Lavin
Asian Women Past and Present: A Closer Look at the Meaning of Tradition. Sung Ha Suh
Transformative Principles for Teaching. Barbara Hruska
Contemplative Urban Education. David Forbes
Encounter 19(2) Summer 2006.
Editorial: The Free Spirit. William Crain
Reflecting on Spirituality in Education. Ron Miller
Clean Little Secrets: Avoiding the Language of Energy Work. Nancy Meltoff
Critical Theories of Race, Class, and Gender in Urban Education. Marvin Lynn et al.
Role Reversal Day: Student Empowerment and Teacher Learning at an Holistic School. Raji Swaminathan
The No Child Left Behind Act Raises Growing Concerns. Kate McReynolds
A Call to Action on the Education of Young People. The Alliance for Childhood
From the Free School: The Real Deal. Chris Mercogliano
Let's Not Forget Quiet Time. Ann Gazzard
Helping Students Explore Personal Identities. Kjersti-VanSlyke-Briggs
The Courage to Teach Program: Reflections on Renewal. Mary Goral et al.
Brief Report: Ethical Standards and Standardized Tests. Jerry Robicheau
Brief Report: Envisioning the Good School. Hunter O'Hara
Encounter 19(1) Spring 2006.
Editorial. Testing. William Crain
When Imaginary Companions are Sources of Wisdom. Tobin Hart and Erin E. Zellars
Finding the Zone: Beyond the Social Construction of Masculine Gender Identity. David Forbes
Lions and Tigers and Beggars, Oh My! Chris Mercogliano
Student Poems by India June and Luke Solomon
When Teaching Young Children, Trust the United Mind of All Beings. Sookhee Im
A Business Model for Education. Raymond Nowicki
Learning as a Process: General Observations and Suggestions for Parents. Philip E. Johnson
Aspects of a Spiritual Life. Rupert Collister
Three Poems by Richard Lewis
Letter: The True Self. Kate McReynolds
Encounter 18(4) Winter 2005.
Editorial. The True Self. William Crain
Mr. Pokey: A Turtle Diary. Kate McReynolds
Rose: A Remembrance. Jennifer Cipri
Viewpoint. Race and Choice. Chris Mercogliano
Taking Risks. A Poem by Pat Lillis
Viewpoint. Targeting Deficiencies. Susan Nelson
Standardized Solutions? A Dialogue with Deborah Meier. Adam Howard
Character Education in a Consuming Society: The Insights of Albert Schweitzer.
Suzanne S. Hudd
I am a Holistic Educator, Not a Dancing Monkey. Andrew P. Johnson
From Silence to Dissent: Fostering Critical Voices in Teachers.
Alan Canestrari and Bruce Marlowe
Camping Out. Charles Turner
Encounter 18(2) Summer 2005.
Editorial: Green Places to Play. William Crain
An Interview with Kenneth B. Clark: Teacher, Psychologist, and Fighter for Justice. Lawrence Nyman
Homework. Kate McReynolds
Hana's Suitcase and My Personal Journey. Leah Hersh
Preparing Students for Twenty-First Century Adulthood: Missing the Boat and the Harbor Too. Chris Mercogliano
High Stakes Testing and Lost Opportunities: The New York State Regents Exam. Michelle Fine
Ten Pillars of a Jungian Approach to Education. Clifford Mayes
Spring Equinox 2005 (or the New War Dead). Gerald McCarthy
Viewpoint: Bringing It All Back Home. Richard J. Prystowsky
Brief Report: Exams and the Learning Environment. Carlo Ricci and Ellie Berger
Contemplative Practitioners: Presence or the Project of Thinking Gaze Differently. Sharon Solloway
Where's Waldorf? Mary Barr Goral and Julie A. Chlebo
Encounter 18(1) Spring 2005.
Editorial. Tsunami. William Crain
John Hope: A White Man Who Chose to be Black. Lawrence Rushing
Peace Education. Lisa Porter and Maureen Lorimer
Teachers as People. Janet Alsup
Do Free Schools Promote Chaos? A Study of the Albany Free School. Kristan A. Morrison
Educating from Within: The Inspiration of Janusz Korzcak
Contemplative Practices in Teacher Education. John P. Miller and Ayako Nozawa
Reasons to Turn Off the Screen: What a Mother and Child Psychologist Has Learned. Molly G. Burke
Viewpoint. My Three Sons. Chris Mercogliano
Interview. Giving Children the Space to Grow. Peggy Flinsch Interviewed by Caty Laignel
Letters. Freedom to Find Oneself (Kate McReynolds) and Walking by Ourselves with our Toes (John T. Kolaga)
Encounter 17(4) Winter 2004.
Editorial. Winning. William Crain
Becoming a World: Children and their Poetic Intelligence. Richard Lewis
Children and Pets. Charles Turner
Teach Me More about Nature. Raliek Young
Janusz Korczak: What it Means to Become an Educator. Joop W.A. Berding
The Yummy Pizza Curriculum: A Social Justice Experiment. Bill Morgan
High-Tech Childhood. Alliance for Childhood
Multicultural Education: Moving Beyond Heroes and Holidays. Mordechai Gordon
Historias from the Margins. Indigenous Cultures in Modern Mexico. Gustavo A. Teran
The Death and Rebirth of Ivan Illich. Dana L. Stuchul and Madhu Suri Prakash
Moon and Clouds. Two Poems by Gerald McCarthy
Encounter 17(3) Autumn 2004.
Editorial. Biased Tests. William Crain
Snails in the Classroom. Charles Turner
Feminist Pedagogy and the Elementary Classroom. Lee Woodham Digiovanni
African American Women and the Pursuit of Higher Education. Tasha Prosper
Gay Male High School Teachers: A Taxonomy of Fear. William DeJean
Young Immigrants: A Psychological Development Perspective. Glen Milstein and Luka Lucic
What is Essential in Mathematics Education? A Holistic Viewpoint. Robert London
Silence and Solitude. Raji Swaminathan
Education as a Glowing Experiment. Ceciel Verheij
Building a Community of Learners: A very Special School. Doralice Lange de Souza Rocha
Review Essay: Bickman's Minding American Education. Catherine A. Franklin
Encounter 17(2) Summer 2004.
Editorial. Montessori. William Crain
Progressive Education and Civil Rights. Gus Trowbridge
Against Global-Speak. Daniel Bogert-O'Brien
Nourishing the Spiritual Embryo: The Educational Vision of Maria Montessori. Ron Miller
School Vouchers and School Choice. Michele Forman
"Love Flows." Will Ashton
Teaching from a Spiritual Perspective. Robert London, Aostre Johnson, Lourdes Arguelles, Richard Brown, Sam Crowell, and John Donnelly
The Mystical Child: Glimpsing the Spiritual World of Children. Tobin Hart
Time for Play, Every Day. Alliance for Childhood
Encounter 17(1) Spring 2004.
Editorial. Words, Words, Words. William Crain
The Geography of Privilege. Peter Sacks
The Push for Early Academic Instruction: A View from Europe. Christopher Clouder
Philosophically Based Alternatives in Education. Robin Ann Martin
The Good News about Teacher Personality Disorder. Bruce Marlowe and Marilyn Page
Choosing Healing Over Saving. Gregory A. Smith
Educating for Human Greatness. Lynn Stoddard
For the Love of Frogs: Promoting Ecological Sensitivity through the Arts. Kathleen Kesson
Shakespeare Goes to Kindergarten: Poetry and Young Children. Evelyn Walsh
Using Underwood's Native American Stories in the Classroom. Marsha L. Heck
Encounter 16(4) Winter 2003.
Editorial. Vegetarianism. William Crain
The Triumph of Rigidity. New York City's New Curriculum. Susan Kotansky
A Talk to New Parents as School Begins. Mary Trowbridge
Classroom Discussions of Power. Lynn Fischer
Mina P. Shaughnessy and the Second Chance. Mary Soliday
Multiculturalism with an Edge. Priya Kapoor
Jung's Archetypal Psychology and the Spiritual Development of Teachers. Kathleen Kesson
Visions of Dynamic Space: Place and Pedagogy in Montessori and Waldorf Education
Correspondence: Jung on Young People. Charles Maurer; William Crain; Clifford Mayes, and Robert Mitchell
Fast Food and Environmental Awareness: An Essay Review of Fast Food Nation. Madhu Prakash and Dana Stuchel
Encounter 16(3) Autumn 2003.
Editorial. Jung. William Crain
Negative Human Potential. Andrew P. Johnson
The Heart in Holistic Education. Lourdes Arguelles, Rollin McCraty, and Robert A. Rees
The Heart in Holistic Education: Comment and Response. Thomas F. Crain; Arguelles, McCraty, and Rees
Child Development from the Perspective of Eastern Philosophy. Tadashi Nishhihira
Buddhism as an Example of a Holistic, Relational Epistemology. Barbara J. Thayer-Bacon
The Growing Value of Gardens. Erik Assadourian
Teaching Mysteries. Clifford Mayes
Doing "Good Science": On the Virtues of Simply Messing About. Kathleen Kesson
Letters. Robert Mitchell and Ben Williams
Encounter 16(2) Summer 2003.
Editorial: Questioning Assumptions. William Crain
Depth, Timelessness, Circularity, and Levity. Eric L. Dodson
The Heart of Holistic Education: A Reconstructed Dialogue Between Ron Miller and Rob Koegel
Who is the Kindergarten Child? Susan Kotansky
Children from Birth to Five: Academics versus Play. Alliance for Childhood
Deep Teaching. Ruth Wilson
Standards, Testing, and Education Reform: The Politics of False Generosity. Mordechai Gordon
"Turning the All Around Upside Down": The Graduate Classroom as an Alternative, Self-Organizing Setting. Frank Fear et al.
Moral Relativism and Democratic Free Schooling. Laura Webber
Eco-Spirituality. Robert S. E. Caine
Brief Report: Conflict Resolution and Peer Mediation: Underlying Values. Rebecca Stevens
Brief Report: Spaces in the Heart for Diverse Understandings. Jean Ann Foley
Encounter 16(1) Spring 2003.
Editorial. Traditions, Elders, and Teachers. William Crain
The Pueblo People and the Dominant Culture: Conflict, Confusion, and Astonishment. Joseph H. Suina.
The GRE and Me: Prestige Versus Quality in American Higher Education. Peter Sacks
African Americans and Higher Education: Still a Dream Deferred. Lawrence Rushing
Education for a Culture of Peace. Ron Miller
Animal Dreams. William Crain
I See Children in the Streets. Georgiana Calimeris
The Diary of Anne Frank: Before and After September 11. Bart Chaney
The Double Binds in Using Dewey's Epistemology to Address Eco-Justice Issues. C.A. Bowers
Brief Report: Experimental Teaching about Diversity. James D. Allen
Brief Report: Subtle Energies in the Classroom. Marti Anderson
Encounter 15(4) Winter 2002.
Editorial. Transitions and the Best and Worst of Times. Jeffrey Kane
A Calling to Teach: Faith and the Spiritual Dimensions of Teaching. Paul Michaelec
Enlivening Education through Art. Jack Petrash
Emotional Intelligence, The Witness, and Education. Ann Gizzard
The Use of Film Media as a Didactic Tool. Aaron Lieberman
Dysynchrony, Disintegration, and Rebirth. Andrew P. Johnson
Pathways to Inclusion: Rethinking Our Policy and Practice. Anne M. Mungai and Devin Thornburg
Encounter 15(3) Autumn 2002.
Editorial: Partnership Education and Nonviolent Communication. Rob Koegel, Guest Editor
Partnership Education for the 21st Century. Riane Eisler
Learning How to Partner With My Students. Rob Koegel
Practicing Linking. Sarah Pirtle
Performance Notes on a Swan Song. Steven Motenko
Essay Review: Tomorrow's Children by Riane Eisler. Reviewed by Ron Miller
Transforming Power Relations: The Invisible Revolution. Miki Kashtan
Democratic Educators as Compassionate Communicators. Thomas E. Kelly
Lessons from the Skarpnacks Free School. Sura Hart and Marianne Gothlin
I Had a Vision But No Roadmap: My Journey to Nonviolent Communication in the Classroom. Paulette Pierce
An Experiment in Life-Serving Education: The No-Sweat Project and Other Feats. Michael Dreiling
Essay Review: Living the Ideals of Holistic Education by Marshall Rosenberg. Reviewed by Katherine Simon
Teaching Children to Express their Inner World. Susan Bello
Encounter 15(2) Summer 2002.
Editorial. The Question of Gandhi. Dana L. Stuchul
Editorial. Gandhi's Truth: Be the Change You Wish for the World. Madhu Sura Prakash
Political Engagement and Service Learning: A Gandhian Perspective. Dilafruz Williams
Gandhian Education: The Difference Between Knowledge and Wisdom. Arun Gandhi
Hunger and Homelessness: Our Experiment with the Truth. Gregory A. Smith
Remaking Our Soil: Gandhi's Revolution for the 21st Century. Madhu Suri Prakash
Modern Subsistence: An Oxymoron? Dana L. Stuchul
From Untouchables to Conscientious Objectors. Daniel Grego
Mississippi Blues ... With Tiny Pockets of Gandhian Hope. Hedy Richardson
Towards an Environmentalism of the Global South: A Playful Conversation around Mahatma Gandhi. Pramod Parajuli, in Conversation with Dilafruz Williams
Encounter 14(4) Winter 2001.
Editorial: Cosmopolitan Democracy and Holistic Education. Dale T. Snauwaert
The Signature of the Whole: Radical Interconnectedness for Global and Environmental Education. David Shelby
Self-Knowing as Social Justice: The Impact of a Gay Professor on Ending Homophobia in Education. Jeff Sapp
Making Connections to the World: Some Thoughts on Holistic Curriculum. Ron Miller
The Battle for Social Justice at The City University of New York. William Crain
Habit as Habitation: Television's Effects on Learning. Cynthia R. Rothchild
Encounter 14(3) Autumn 2001.
Editorial: Why I am Opposed to Standards. Jeffrey Kane
Problems Old, Problems New: Reconciling Heart and Mind.
Thomas W. Nelson
The Story of Our Lives: Understanding Our Students' Literacy Practices and Events. Linda S. Bauch
Mandalas: Circling the Square in Education. Allison J. Young
Creating a Space for Embodied Wisdom through Teaching.
Parallels Between Dual Coding Theory and Quantum Physics.
Essay Review: Changing the Educational Diet. Jeff Edmundson
Encounter 14(2) Summer 2001.
Editorial: The Standards Movement and the Adequacy Approach to School Equity. Dale T. Snauwaert and Jeffrey Kane
Teaching for Wisdom. Tobin Hart
Dewey and the Romanticism of Holistic Education. Geoff Taggart
Teaching as a Moral Enterprise. David Brell
In Search of the Holocaust. Laila Lipetz
Quantum Metaphors and the Study of Mind-Brain. Delores D. Liston
Heinz Werner: Mapping the Territory Between Scientific and Poetic Understanding. Will Cosby
Encounter 14(1) Spring 2001.
Editorial: Transforming the Way We think About Thinking. Jeffrey Kane and Dale T. Snauwaert
Challenge for Education: Learning to Value the World Intrinsically. Heesoon Bai
Matthew Fox's Four Vias in Holocaust Education for Teachers: An Integrated Curriculum of the Spirit. Donna Glee Williams
Conceptions of Power: Liberating or Limiting? Trenia L. Walker
Existential Encounters in China. Gene Thibadeau
The Fragility of Community and Function: A Snapshot of an Alternative School in Crisis. Aaron Schutz and Ian M. Harris
Silence in Practice: A Good Word on the Good of Silence.