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Education for Meaning and Social Justice

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Volume 11, Number 4
(Winter 1998)
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Volume 11, Number 4
  • Editorial: Toward a Socially Engaged Holistic Education.
    Jeffrey Kane and Dale Snauwaert
  • Rallying "The Whole Village." James P. Comer
  • Rooting Children in Place. Gregory A. Smith
  • "Pedagogy of Place" in a Southern Black Rural School.
    Laureen A Fregeau and Robert D. Leier
  • Integrating Humanistic and Social Justice Education: A Sequenced Approach for Teaching About Diversity.
    Ellen Davidson and Nancy Schniedewind
  • "My Dream Catcher is Tired:" The Importance of Visualization as a Meditative Practice for Young Children. Marni Binder
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Volume 12, Number 1
(Winter 1998)
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Volume 12, Number 1
  • Editorial: Education for Life and Death. John F. Gardner
  • The Six Paramitas: Outline for a Buddhist Education. Nathaniel Needle
  • The Ethics of Certainty in the Mathematics Classroom. Erick Smith
  • The Soulful School. John Miller
  • In the Heart of Dixie: The Struggle of a Rural Black Community and its School. Laureen A. Fregeau and Robert D. Leier
  • Getting to the Root of the Cultural Dimensions of Place: Questions about Gregory Smith's Recommendations. C. A. Bowers

Volume 12, Number 2
(Summer 1999)

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Volume 12, Number 2
  • Editorial. Education for the Good of the World: The International Whitehead Conference. Ron Miller and Dale Snauwaert
  • Towards Integrality: Gebserian Reflections on Education and Consciousness. Bernie Neville
  • Education and the Evolution of the Cosmos. Ron Miller
  • A Postmodern Perspective on Education and Spirituality: Hearing Many Voices. Aostre N. Johnson
  • Transpersonal Philosophy and Education: An Introduction to Sander's "Dharma, Karma, and Yoga." Ron Miller
  • Essay Review. Continuing White Reign. Ellen Schwartz
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Volume 12, Number 3 (Autumn 1999)
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Volume 12, Number 3
  • Editorial. Images, Myths, Money, and the Control of American Education. Jeffrey Kane and Dale Snauwaert
  • Student Writing as Sacred Journey. Elizabeth B. Barkley and Alan de Courcy
  • Improving Students' Literacy Through Caring Relationships With Adults. Joseph Sanacore
  • Multiculturalism or "Second Persons"? An Alternative Approach to Teaching. Jeffrey A. Milligan
  • Popular Culture and the Teaching of Social Justice: An Opportunity to Transform Social Studies Education. Cameron White
  • The Wrong Question: Technology and the Evasion of Educational Aims. Paul A. Morgan

Volume 12, Number 4 (Winter 1999-2000)
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Volume 12, Number 4
  • Editorial. Teacher Education Reform and the Mindful Practitioner. Jeffrey Kane and Dale Snauwaert
  • Ten Characteristics of the Democratic Frame of Mind: Dispositions Key to Education for Existential Democracy. David Chicoine
  • Curriculum from the Back of the Bookstore. Alan A. Block
  • The Masks of Mentor. Donna Glee Williams
  • Is Technology in Education Promising Too Much? A Neo-Luddite Analysis of IT in the Curriculum. Matt Maxwell
  • Refocusing and Reframing Education: The Basic Design. Riane Eisler
  • Review Essay: Curriculum, Control, and Standards-Based School Reform. A Review of Transforming Public Education. Scott Fletcher
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Volume 13, Number 1 (Spring 2000)
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Volume 13, Number 1
  • Editorial: Returning to Our Roots: Remembering Why We Became Teachers. Jeffrey Kane and Dale T. Snauwaert
  • Curriculum as Sacred Space. Sheri R. Klein
  • Breaking the Spell of the Mechanistic: The Search for an Organic Way of Knowing. Diane Caracciolo
  • Foundation Courses in Education: Their Purpose and Rationale. Mordechai Gordon
  • Holistic Practices in Japanese Education. Giichiro Yamanouchi
  • De-Scribing the Discourse of "Transformative Praxis": Learning from Models of Holistic Mental Health. Christine M. Shea

Volume 13, Number 2 (Summer 2000)
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Volume 13, Number 2
  • Editorial: Zen Reflections on the Place of Charity in Education. Jeffrey Kane and Dale T. Snauwaert
  • The Importance of Nature to Children. William Crain
  • Our Life Out of Balance: The Rise of Literacy and the Demise of Pattern Languages. Derek Rasmussen
  • A Holistic Approach to Studying Spirituality in Educational Thought and Practice. Kam Chi Chan and William Taylor
  • Pedagogy for the Affluent. Adam Howard
  • Holistic Education in a Prophetic Voice. David E. Purpel
  • An Open Letter on the Double Binds in Educational Reform. C.A. Bowers
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Volume 13, Number 3 (Autumn 2000)
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Volume 13, Number 3
  • Editorial: Introduction to On Education With Meaning. Jeffrey Kane and Dale T. Snauwaert
  • On Education With Meaning. Jeffrey Kane
  • From Education to Transformation: What Mystics and Sages Tell Us Education Can Be. Tobin Hart
  • Contemplative Practitioners: Presence or the Project of Thinking Gaze Differently. Sharon Solloway
  • Where's Waldorf? Mary Barr Goral and Julie A. Chlebo

Volume 13, Number 4 (Winter 2000-2001)
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Volume 13, Number 4
  • Editorial: Defining the "Spiritual" in Spirituality and Education: Critical Realism, Religious Pluralism, and Self-Realization. Dale T. Snauwaert and Jeffrey Kane
  • The Spiritual Child: Appreciating Children's Transformative Effects on Adults. James J. Dillon
  • Dragged Screaming and Kicking to the Keyboard: A Teacher's Lament. Peter Quince
  • Ecology, Anthropocentrism, and the Pedagogy of Paulo Freire. Kathryn Ross Wayne
  • Krishnamurti and Holistic Education. John P. Miller
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Volume 14, Number 1 (Spring 2001)
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Volume 14, Number 1
  • 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.
    Molly Quinn

Volume 14, Number 2 (Summer 2001)
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Volume 14, Number 2
  • 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
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Volume 14, Number 3 (Autumn 2001)
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Volume 14, Number 3
  • 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.
    James Overboe
  • Parallels Between Dual Coding Theory and Quantum Physics.
    David Whitehead
  • Essay Review: Changing the Educational Diet. Jeff Edmundson

Volume 14, Number 4 (Winter 2001)
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Volume 14, Number 4
  • Editorial: Cosmopolitan Democracy and Holistic Education.
    Dale T. Snauwaert
  • The Signature of the Whole: Radical Interconnectedness and its
    Implications for Global and Environmental Education. David Selby
  • 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 Effect on Learning.
    Cynthia R. Rothschild
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Volume 15, Number 1 (Spring 2002)
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Volume 15, Number 1
  • Editorial: Education and the Cultural Imperative. Jeffrey Kane
  • Truth, Values, and Decompressing Data: Seeing Information as Living Words. Tobin Hart
  • The Reduction of Teacher and Student Autonomy: An Essay on Technology and Classrooms. Jane B. Johnsen and William D. Taylor
  • An Ecology of Learning: Connecting to Self,
    Community, Earth, and Spirit. Mike Seymour
  • Personal and Archetypal Transference and Counter-Transference in the Classroom. Clifford Mayes
  • Asperger's Disorder in Cultural Context. Sharna Olfman
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Volume 15, Number 2 (Summer 2002)
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Volume 15, Number 2
  • 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
  • Misssissippi 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
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Volume 15, Number 3 (Autumn 2002)
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Volume 15, Number 1
Partnership Education and Nonviolent Communication
  • 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
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