Thursday, April 20, 2006

Conversation in Home Education

It's great to see Jan Fortune-Wood in characteristically inspiring form yet again, this time in the Life Learning Magazine on the subject of the value of conversation as part of learning and growing.

Thanks to the Thomas Institute for spotting this one.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Brilliant article! Instantly struck by the comment that 'freedom' in our society means 'conformity' - as have literally only just read that in The Fountainhead.

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Carlotta said...

Have Atlas Shrugged just here. Will give it another go. It was Rand's objectivism which struck me as wrong-headed, but novels perhaps deserve another look...

Anonymous said...

I don't think that Atlast Shrugged is as good or as easy a read as The Fountainhead, so you might be struggling if you already didn't like the latter!

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Karen said...

Carlotta--thanks for the link!
Karen