Awakening an Interest and Insight into Landscape with High School Students

Elemente der Naturwissenschaft 1999, 1999, P. 75-81 | DOI: 10.18756/edn.1999-Sondernummer.75


Each person is born at a particular location on the Earth. We could say that each human being comes from a state of Universality into the Particularity of a location, family, culture and time. The Education process needs to help the becoming person to find a relationship to all aspects of the particularity that they have been born into. Learning to know and love the landscape of which you are a part is an important, if not essential, ingredient of becoming yourself. In the work in the High school I have looked for ways of furthering this. [...]

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