Which type of education is best for your child? How do you decide? How do you find the courage to take action on what you know is best? Come learn tips for deciding which education flavor is best for your child. Explore a tool for developing intuitive skills. Learn about principles that will help you […]

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We have all heard the phrase, “teach them how to think, not what to think.” This phrase resonates with us because we want to raise children who are problem solvers and entrepreneurs that will create change. But how do we actually teach them to think? In this presentation, Adam Hailstone will teach you the three […]

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Getting teens off the couch and onto greatness! There is a formula for success in education and the secret lies in the freedom principle. Discover how to inspire your children in self-mastery, creativity, life-long learning and entrepreneurship.Ali Cannon Eisenach is the great-great-great granddaughter of George Q. Cannon and is passionate about carrying on his vision […]

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How School Stole Your Flow Reprinted with permission. Attribution at end. In the Book of Genesis, God condemns Adam and his descendants to a life sentence of hard labor. Previously, Adam and Eve had dwelled in the Garden of Eden, plucking fruit from the Tree of Life and wanting for nothing amid what economists call […]

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Are we molding clay or nurturing seeds? One-size-fits-all education does not allow for genuine agency-based learning. Every child is different and without individualized learning of their own choosing, they will fail to reach their potential. In this presentation, Oak shares two ideas to unlocking the potential of schools and students.      

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In this presentation from our 2017 conference, JaKell Sullivan talks about comprehensive sexual education and the agenda of the educational power brokers. Please also check out JaKell’s previous presentation on the complete restructuring of American education and why it’s happening. The slide at 5:14 should have an 8th bullet point “History & Citizenship”.        

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Neil Flinders is speaking at BYU’s Education Week August 22-25th, 2017. If you attend the conference, you can see Neil’s presentations about teaching with context, but if you aren’t able to go, here are his Powerpoint slides from the 4 days of his presentation, with an outline of what’s in store if you go. Protect […]

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Without Self-Education, the West Will Probably Die This post Without Self-Education, the West Will Probably Die was originally published on Intellectual Takeout by Daniel Lattier In one of my favorite scenes from the movie Seven, Morgan Freeman’s character gets a guard to let him into a library late at night so he can conduct research. […]

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Reposted with permission by Lynn Stoddard Inasmuch as some legislators are now calling for “higher student performance” before they will allocate more funding for education, why don’t we change graduation requirements so that more Sterling Scholars can emerge? At the present time, our subject-based system of credits and grades allows for only a small percentage […]

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By John Taylor Gatto 2 November, 1998 Reprinted from: Yes Magazine Instead of fitting people into the pigeonholes offered by the economy, how might education help students become self-confident, reflective, and creative adults? Let me tell you about Stanley, a young man I met while teaching in New York City. Stanley only came to school […]

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