Review: Mapping the Moral Domain: A Contribution of Women’s Thinking to Psychological Theory and Education

1988 Precious Gem–Richly Deserves Appreciation Today September 3, 2009 Carol Gilligan Amazon appears to be depriving customers of top reviews from the past–part of a concerted effort they have been making to ease the path for new reviewers, never mind the cost in lost wisdom. I am personally appalled that this incredibly important book, obviously …

SchwartzReport: 4 Ways Religious Fundamentalists Attack Women on Sex

I think religious fundamentalism ought to be considered a mental illness. Inevitably, and without exception across the globe, it always involves a deep sexual dysfunctionality and a compulsion to suppress and control women. 4 Ways Conservatives Are Fighting to Control Women’s Sex Lives KATIE MCDONOUGH – AlterNet (U.S.) Republicans are fighting to keep women from …

4th Media: America’s Threat-Centric [Lie-Based] Education System: Out of Date and Out of Time

America’s Threat-Centric [Lie-Based] Education System: Out of Date and Out of Time “History is a story. That’s why we fight over history. We make sense of ourselves, the world and ourselves in the world through the struggle to tell the truth through stories. Facts have to be contextualised to become the truth. And that truth …

SchwartzReport: The Dark Side of Home Schooling — And Public Schooling + Education Meta-RECAP

Anyone who reads SR regularly knows my views on religious fundamentalism in general, and the threat posed to America by the Christian version particularly. Here is the latest. Notice the universals of fundamentalism of whatever faith: Deeply distorted views on sexuality, the suppression and subordination of women, the emphasis on guilt, and the commitment to …

Review: Ending the Male Leadership Myth – How Women Can Save Us from Destroying Ourselves

Fernando Pargas STUNNINGLY Intelligent, Timely, A Study in Ethics, Business, & Governance, April 20, 2013 I received this book as a gift because I have been telling people for over a decade that the 21st Century is going to be the Century of women, whose compassion, intuition, and smaller egos make them so much superior …

Worth a Look: Books on Why Women Will Rule the 21st Century

12 Women CEOs 12 Different Leadership Styles (Source of Graphic) Learning to See in the Dark: The Roots of Ethical Resistance — Carol Gilligan Speaks at MIT Reference: Peggy Holman Free Video on Emergence Review (DVD): Humanity Ascending Series Part 1: OUR STORY featuring Barbara Marx Hubbard Review (Fiction): Truce – The Day the World …

Yoda: Women & The Internet — The Force is Strong

3 things are here to stay: Women, the Internet and human rights By Claudia Calvin Yahoo Business & Human Rights Program, Friday, September 28th, 2012 Change Your World (Cambia Tu Mundo), Yahoo!’s Business & Human Rights Summit that took place on September 12th and 13th in Mexico City is an excellent example of what I …

Search: open education / digital learning [as of 30 Oct 2012]

Open education has at least three components:  free access to learning resources; digital access to formerly analog learning resoources (e.g. instructors in classrooms); and learning accomplishment validation (becoming common) or credentialing (rare at this time).  More broadly defined, open education is “root” for any society desiring to be both democratic and prosperous.  Open education has …

Review (Guest): Confidence Men – Wall Street, Washington, and the Education of a President

Ron Suskind From Product Description: The new president surrounded himself with a team of seasoned players—like Rahm Emanuel, Larry Summers, and Tim Geithner—who had served a different president in a different time. As the nation’s crises deepened, Obama’s deputies often ignored the president’s decisions—“to protect him from himself”—while they fought to seize control of a …