Don’t be Embarrassed to be Pregnant!

I just re-blogged a post about a woman being embarrassed she was pregnant and Karie Allan Clingo commented:
June 4, 2014 at 7:46 am

From a recent post...

From a recent post…

Roxy–You are SO RIGHT! We need to be professionally “educated” up through our 20′s!!! The brain isn’t even fully developed until we are 24!!!

I’d LOVE to see a BETTER Educational “system” set up in EACH of our local Communities, that is more Community-Based; Free Community Classes taught by experts–Each child having a teacher to Guide them through their education. Each teacher would have about 10 children to guide for 5 years each.

Kids would start “getting educated” and guided into THEIR Best Field of study–that which they are going to be BEST AT–starting at age 3. Each child gets a “teacher”–guide to take them the next 5 years.

Mia Aidan Ali Jaymo

Mia Aidan Ali Jaymo

A community “council” that are trained to see potentiality in a person–maybe doing a birth chart/star chart on each child, “reading their hands”, prayer–tuning into THAT specific SOUL and what they are hear on Planet Earth to DO, or Share would know where/how to Guide that Child/Soul for their education. And they have a “chart” kept on each child.

Then they hire the Teacher Guides:

Kids learn faster when they learn at their own pace. Conundrum there...

Kids learn faster when they learn at their own pace. Conundrum there…

So the child starts “educating” at 3, their teacher takes them into exploring the world around them until 8–using music, dance, rhythm, nature–kind of like Montesorri or Waldorf. Then another Teacher Guide takes them another 5 years–through learning the basics of science, math, languages, cultures,geography, art, etc. through hand’s on experiments, music and more exploration–also helping out in the community gardens, etc. –but more sit down too. Lot’s of reading–and exploring the world in books, movies, etc.

Education is about learning. No judgement, just learning.

Education is about learning. No judgement, just learning.

Then when they are 13, they have another Teacher Guide to take them the next 5 years–to age 18. From 13-18 they do a lot of hand’s on “apprenticing”, and more focus on what they are showing signs of being good at. At 18, they go OUT and “explore the world” through service to other communities.

For example, they go and help build orphanages in Africa, or serve a church mission (the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is right on with this–the boys go out at 18, the girls at 19–and they grow so much through service and having to live 24/7 with a “companion” and learn to get along and take care of themselves–out there!), or join the military–something that gets them OUT into the world, OUT of themselves and INTO service of their fellow-earthlings.

These ideas have come from dreams as well as a life-long study of “schooling”. Private schooling, public schooling and homeschooling my own 5 children.

What do you think?

(This entire post is unedited and from a comment from Karie Allan Clingo. Whether I agree with it all or not has no bearing on the fact this is well thought out and comes from oodles of personal experience. So as Karie asked… What do you think?)

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