Monday, February 09, 2015

Aesthetic Realism Explains, "What Education & the Economy Are For."

In this wonderful issue of The Right Of, Ellen Reiss, the Chairman of Education at the Aesthetic Realism Foundation, explains with such kind exactitude what the economy and education are really for.  And history teacher Christopher Balchin tells how, through the Aesthetic Realism Teaching Method, his students learned about the Constitution of the United States and became more hopeful and kinder individuals.  Meanness and bullying, so prevalent in our schools, stopped in his classroom and his students came to love what they were learning and respect how their minds worked.  As a teacher who used the Aesthetic Realism method for more than 30 years in New York City classrooms, I know the good effect this method can have and I share the pride that Mr. Balchin has in having changed students lives for the better.  Here is the full article for you to read: