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Outline of Nurturing

The design of the new Nurturing System requires just a few changes in Dr. Inglis outlined design of our education system. These changes are highlighted in bold red. Nurturing serves the community instead of the society that supports the global elite. Cooperative function replaces the selective function, which shifts energy away from a hierarchy to the community, where we align with each other like magnets. Swapping the child’s and mentor’s roles reverses the energy flow away from top-down authority to a bottom-up beneficiary-trustee relationship; breaking with the rigor and mortis associated with education today.

Nurturing’s placement and function with Community: The Cooperative

· Propaeduetic Function

“to teach beforehand”

· Cooperative or Hygienic Function

Cooperative – “operating or striving jointly for the attaining of certain ends”
Hygienic – from PIE “having a vigorous life”

· Sorting


The raw material for education: The Mentor/Teacher

The “-ive” ending of the defining terms means “pertaining to, doing, serving to do”

· Adjustive of Adaptive Function

Adjustive – “to correct, remedy”
Adaptive – “to undergo modification so as to fit new circumstances”

· Integrating and Conformity Function

Integrate - “to render whole, bring together the parts of” and
Conforms - “be obedient,” which means “willing to serve”

The means and materials wherewith the aims can be achieved: The Child

· Directive and Diagnostic Function

Direct - “point or aim towards” or “govern, regulate behavior, or proscribe course of action”
Diagnose - "to discern, distinguish," literally "to know thoroughly"

· Sorting and Differentiation Function

Sorting - “allots one to fate”
Differentiate - “make different”