Good News from the Netherlands – one

A Revolution in Education?

Good News from the Netherlands - one 2

J. Krishnamurti and children

7 - 11 May 2015

Organized by

International Theosophical Centre Naarden

Theosophical Society in the Netherlands

Krishnamurti Information Centre Bilthoven

International Theosophical Centre

Meentweg 9 - 1411 GR Naarden - the Netherlands

Questions to be explored:

What is the vision behind the different educational systems? What principles and methods are used to reach the aims?

How did methods develop over time?

Does the current environment require adjustments? Are there choices to be made for the future?

In what way is school knowledge limited?

What is the point of setting a good example at school? Is comparison or competition between students constructive?

What are the basic requirements to realize freedom? What are the boundaries of freedom?

Speakers:

Dr. P. Krishna, Professor of Physics, currently in charge of the Krishnamurti Study Center at Rajghat, Varanasi, India. He has written books on various issues relating to the teachings of J. Krishnamurti.

Anastasia Dingarten, Philosopher and Trainer of Montessori teachers: Connection between classical western philosophy and Maria Montessori.

Frans Lutters, Lector at the School of Spiritual Science of the Anthroposophical Society, and Teacher of Religion, Literature, Art and History at the Waldorf High School in Zeist: The Revolution in Education versus the day to day Evolution in Practice; theWaldorf School as an example.

Johanna Vermeulen, Theosophical Society Point Loma: Raja Yoga Education, based on Theosophical teachings.

Foundation of Mental Fitness (Mentale Fitheid): Mental Fitness and Mindfulness at Schools.

Ali Ritsema, former General Secretary of the TS in the Netherlands: A Mind to Embrace the Universe. Exploring the Process towards a Mind with no Boundaries.

Dr. Hans Gerding, Emeritus Professor of Philosophy, researcher of exceptional experiences at the Para Psychological Institute in Utrecht: The Learning Environment at Universities.

Javier Gómez Rodríguez, freelance writer and lecturer, and a member of Krishnamurti Link International.

Full program and registration:

Please note that the number of places is limited!

More information and registration form can be downloaded from

www.itc-naarden.org

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