Ba Luvmour Interviewed on Kink.FM

Take a sneak listen to Ba’s interview today with Sheila Hamilton from Ba touches on the history of Summa Institute, the academy, and the upcoming symposium. You can hear the interview in its entirety this Sunday morning on Kink FM’s show ‘Speaking Freely’!

It Can Be Done: Fixing Schools Quickly and Inexpensively (Part 3)

April 28th, 2011 - 28 minutes

…And in Part 3 we remind folks how easy it would be for parents and teachers to learn how to meet developmental imperatives and enjoy synergistic relationships that will improve life for everyone and make public school relevant and powerful.

It Can Be Done: Fixing Schools Quickly and Inexpensively (Part 2)

April 21st, 2011 - 28 minutes

…And in Part 2, we show how parent teacher relationships can bring academic success for all children and change the culture of the school….

It Can Be Done: Fixing Schools Quickly and Inexpensively (Part 1)

April 14th, 2011 - 28 minutes

The public schools are failing, the public schools are failing. Why and what can be done? At present those who caused the problems are charged with fixing it—not a successful choice. Natural Learning Relationships has much better responses. And they don’t cost much, either. If you are serious about helping public education, and we are, then tune in and find out what can be done. We start with Teacher Training….

The Best Way to Mark Academic Progress: Assessment, Not Testing

December 23rd, 2010 - 28 minutes

“Assessment” comes from the French word meaning “to sit next to.” The etymology to “test” is to “ascertain the quality of something by melting it in a pot.” Ba describes assessment and why it is superior to melting a child in a pot.


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