Posted on 3.4.13 by Josette Luvmour
I was in the process of writing a section about Natural Learning Relationships (NLR) for my book on how adults grow by nurturing children’s developmental needs. I realized that this chapter segment on how NLR came about would make a good blog post for those following the Summa story. So here Read More >
Posted on 2.21.13 by Ba Luvmour
In order to celebrate our opening and establish our ongoing presence, we at the Summa Institute will offer a series of presentations on critical issues facing parents and educators. The first is February 28th at 6:30pm. The subject is bullying. I am uniquely qualified to offer it as I have Read More >
Posted on 2.9.13 by Ba Luvmour
In answer to parents that have toured the facility this blog shall now explicitly address how Summa’s achieves its goals. We begin by examining the four goals of the Summa Academy.
This blog focuses on the Goal #3—The ability to self-reflect in a way that builds confidence and helps a child Read More >
Posted on 1.19.13 by Ba Luvmour
The Opening is very close. In answer to parents that have toured the facility this blog shall now appear more frequently and will explicitly address how Summa’s achieves its goals. We begin by examining the four goals of the Summa Academy.
This blog focuses on the Goal #1—Academic Read More >
Posted on 1.12.13 by Ba Luvmour
(This is the last blog describing our philosophical foundations for a while. In respect of those who have toured the facility and the questions they have asked, and the imminent Opening, blogs, will appear more frequently and will focus how we accomplish our mission and vision.)
My Executive Read More >
Posted on 12.3.12 by Ba Luvmour
Living self knowledge is the end of choice.
Those who live self knowledge live beyond comparison as a way to ascertain value. The balance sheet approach to decision making never occurs.
Simply, there is a draw to well-being, to the insight and action that dissolves the illusion of Read More >