To Reimagine Growing Up with Joan Jaeckel & David Marshak


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This program is part of the New Dimensions Media Series Reimagine Education. What happens when you get a room full of individuals together on a quest for bridging integral educators, educators for social justice, and those who are working in socially conscious business and philanthropy, and cultural creative media? Just such a gathering took place in February of 2005. With a grant from Newman’s Own, Joan Jaeckel and David Marshak, have been the point riders in forming a coalition that has since morphed into a passionate movement. Their vision strives to ask the questions, bring diverse people together, and, collectively create enough wind to tip the scales for a more conscious, compassionate, and effective way of raising our children in the 21st Century. Conscious parenting, integrative health, and integral education are the keys to evolving into a new way of growing up. (hosted by Justine Willis Toms) Part of the Reimagine Growing Up Series


Joan Jaeckel has served as development director for the Association of Waldorf Schools of North America, acted as the consulting producer of Eric Stacey’s documentary The Waldorf Promise and has co-hosted a roundtable on “strategizing for educational change” with Betty Staley and Dee Dickinson at the State of the World Forum 2000. David Marshak Ph.D. taught at Seattle University, received his doctorate in education from Harvard University and is the author of The Common Vision: Parenting and Educating for Wholeness (Peter Lang Publishing 1997).

Topics Explored in this Dialogue:

  • What is wrong with traditional education
  • How can you be actively engaged with your child’s learning
  • Why is art and its expression important in learning
  • How to be a conscious parent
  • Why you need to listen

Host: Justine Willis Toms           Interview Date: 5/4/2006                        Program Number: 3151             


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