Table of Contents for IC#6

The Way of Learning

New patterns for learning and education in the planetary era

Originally published in Summer 1984
Copyright (c)1984, 1997 by Context Institute


The Inside Story by Robert Gilman
Understanding the structure of the brain

Evolutionary Integration by Jean Houston
An experience of our evolutionary selves

Memory & Morphogenetic Fields by Robert Gilman
A controversial theory of how memory works

Subtle Shifts by Peg Goldman
Looking at life under one roof

The Learning Process by Robert Gilman
Helping various parts of our mind fulfill their intentions


How We Got Here by Robert Gilman
A brief history of education

Whole Systems Learning by Dee Dickinson
An alternative to simply doing more of what has been inadequate in the past

Retrofitting Colleges by M. Garrett Bauman
Promising developments in higher education — preparing for a humane, sustainable society

The Classroom As Crucible by Saul Arbess
Imagining the multicultural classroom as a microcosm of the global society

20 Questions by Maureen Murdock
Children tell us how they learn

Language By Command by James Asher
The Total Physical Response approach to learning language

Confluent Education by Art Johnson
Guided imagery can be an effective classroom tool

Mariposa School an interview with Jo-Ann Jaeckel , by Diane Gilman
Education as it is practiced in a small private school

Waldorf Education an interview with Caroline Ostheimer, by Diane and Robert Gilman
Looking into the educational system developed by Rudolf Steiner

Growing Without Schooling an interview with John Holt, by Robert Gilman
Children may be more capable of competent self-directed learning than we give them credit for

Family Centered Learning by Debra & Eric Stewart
Developing a state-approved approach to homeschooling

The Way Of Learning by Robert Gilman
What learning can, and might, become


Mondragon and Relationships by Terry Mollner

Responses to Larry Langdon’s letter in IC #5