Drawing the attention or dhyaanakarshan vidhi

Last week I shared an extract from our soon-to-be-launched online course on understanding modern education. Today I thought of sharing some more information on how it works. The course is meant for parents, teachers and other interested adults. It will take some 6-9 hours to go through (depending on whether you follow or don’t follow the links for extra study) and is divided into 9 chapters:

  1. The problem with modern education
  2. Historical background
  3. Introduction to Asli Shiksha
  4. Drawing the attention or dhyaanakarshan vidhi
  5. Principles of Asli Shiksha
  6. Modernity and tradition
  7. What modernity does to us
  8. Sthiti and Gati
  9. Stepping-out

Each chapter has 6 segments:

  1. Introspect (Self-reflective questions to set the context)
  2. Listen (3-5 minute audio-visual presentation)
  3. Contemplate on ‘Listen’ (Writing down takeaways)
  4. Read (Reading material to deepen understanding)
  5. Contemplate on ‘Read’ (Writing down takeaways)
  6. Know (Some points to read and ponder)

Here is a sample, work-in-progress audio-visual to give you a glimpse of what the course looks and feels like…

I hope you liked the presentation. Namaste!

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