Re: [fukuoka_farming] Natural Farming at Children's school in Thailand
- At Thursday, 07 November 2002, Napi wrote:
>The message quoted below is from & about our Circle School.Hi Napi,
My original confusion was whether you were asking about putting something
on our site, or whether someone from the Thai school was talking
about their website.
Personally, I am in favor of just about anyting that helps kids learn
and grow through mechanisms other than the social indoctrination
process commonly referred to as "school".
> The question about your (our, thank you for writing that welcome)I can make the place if you can make the content and active participants
>website is: will there be a place to collect works of particular
>usefulness to early childhood educators? Not to design that children
>playing on children's' homework research sites will come to it, but
>that teachers who are trying to slip such an effort into an embalmed
>curriculum might find life there.
of this list generally think it's a good idea (if they don't, I'd
be willing to make a place for it on my own website). It's easy for
me to turn text and graphics into webpages, it would not be easy
for me to write the text or create the graphics. You would have to
>Many 'teachers'So are many "teachers" non-gardening sites, and curiculum come to
>gardening sites are written in a way to suppress any connection with
>following the nature of the child or of the garden.
think of it.
>Again, Sir, please do not see this question as to push for theAlways feel free to question and push. Nature and the webmaster will
>impossible or inappropriate.
let you know when something is really impossible or inappropriate.
One reservation though... would I have to make the button "cute"?
I've never talked "cute" to a kid in my life. Always thought there
were just people with limited experience temporarily trapped in very
- That was as cute as a button ever needs to be. G'night to all who
are still at work.
Larry Haftl wrote:
> One reservation though... would I have to make the button "cute"?[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
> I've never talked "cute" to a kid in my life. Always thought there
> were just people with limited experience temporarily trapped in very
> short bodies.