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Community United to Reinvent Education, CURE offers a (confluent, whole brain) human development process that transforms classrooms, schools, organizations and neighborhoods, one at a time, into incubators for development of emotional health, (foundational / intellectual) creativity and psychological balance – in children and adults.

Here’s the key.  The categories labeled “psychological health” and “emotional intelligence” are like twins.  And their characteristics have been shown to be essentially the same as the authentically creative person (Maslow, 1971).  Thus appropriate conditions nurture all three: emotional health, creativity and psychological balance.  People with these qualities are in great demand.  They provide the fundamental features all organizations and communities seek: stability and innovation.

CURE has a formula.   It is a (confluent, brain function developmental) social environment management design – focused upon timing, presentation, relationships and values – that motivates people to learn and grow throughout life, and provides a “how-to.”  It is focused upon engendering health and intelligence, becoming smarter / healthier – physically, mentally, emotionally, socially, aesthetically and spiritually.  It produces self motivated, self directed, lifelong learners – society’s most valuable assets.  Such people consistently derive more value from everyday life and add more to it.  They understand and guide the process of change in a changing world.

How does it work? It organizes step-by-step development toward a learning society.   Becoming a learning society is every community’s best strategy.  A proper learning society model both grows and attracts the emotionally healthy, (intellectually) creative, psychologically balanced people all forward thinking organizations and communities – in fact, all social entities – now want and need.

The CURE “learning community” reinvention process has three parts:   1. Initial neighborhood demonstration model(s); 2.  Pre-K and Parenting education models in adjacent neighborhoods, and; 3. a mass communications campaign – marketing ideas that stimulate healthy thinking and deliberate intelligent behavior. Each is focused on growing emotional health, (foundational / intellectual) creativity and psychological well being.  CURE offers experience and guidance in organizing all three: neighborhood model development, Pre K – 12 education / parenting models and mass communications                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        

Toward A Learning Society  
Where To Go 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   

Comments

Posted On
Feb 04, 2012
Posted By
Susan Andrews

Hi Robbie (I think/hope),

I just finished reading your website and I am all fired up for educational change. But, I am not sure what the next steps are. My feedback is after leading thE reader through the theory and philosophy, and showing them a better future, it would be wonderful if there was some action they could take to move forward.

Enjoyed our visit yesterday. Let’s do it again soon,

Suzie

Posted On
May 12, 2013
Posted By
Wayne wirth

Please send me information on this subject

Posted On
Jul 14, 2013
Posted By
J. H. LAKE

THIS IS OUTSTANDING!

Posted On
Jul 14, 2013
Posted By
james h. lake

OUTSTANDING IDEAS!

Posted On
Oct 20, 2013
Posted By
Scott Ploof

I love the website! I agree 100 percent that the key to furthering ones creative and intelligent needs begins with nurturing emotional intelligence and basic psychological needs.

Posted On
Mar 25, 2014
Posted By
Patrick Cush

These concepts are the core and pillars for student development. Your call to action will change the foundation and definition of what it means to be “educated”.

Good work that makes the world a better place for all.

I look forward to contributing and collaborating in the near future.

Posted On
Jan 04, 2017
Posted By
Scott P. Howard

This all makes sense to me.

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