Author Profile: Mary Tasker
Mary Tasker has been a teacher and teacher educator. She is currently Chair of Human Scale Education.
Too Much, Too Soon? Early Learning and the Erosion of Childhood
Common Wealth by Martin Large
Issue 250 • September/October 2008 • Indigenous Intelligence: Diverse Solutions for the 21st Century > Web Exclusives > Review
Place-Based Education in the Global Age
Black Mass: Apocalyptic Religion and the Death of Utopia, John Gray.
Visionaries of the 20th Century (eds) Satish Kumar and Freddie Whitefield
HOPE AND OPTIMISM • Mary Tasker
Ecological Literacy (eds) Michael K. Stone and Zenobia Barlow and Informal Education by Tony Jeffs and Mark K. Smith
COUNTERBLAST • Mary Tasker
Teaching Toward Freedom
Review - JUNIOR CITIZENS • Mary Tasker
Issue 229 • March/April 2005 • The Spiritual Imperative > Web Exclusives > Review
Positive Childhood by Mildred Masheder
LISTENING CULTURE • Mary Tasker
Issue 226 • September/October 2004 • Ecoliteracy : Dancing Earth > Feature Articles
What can schools do to develop a new theory of knowledge?
WHOLE SOCIETY SOLUTION • Mary Tasker
PENALTIES OF SCALE • Mary Tasker
Issue 207 • July/August 2001 • Art Makes Life > Education
The small school movement in America.
PASSION FOR PEACE • Mary Tasker
Cultures of Peace
SCIENCE IN SERVITUDE • Mary Tasker
Playing Safe: Science and the Environment
NATURE-CENTRED LEARNING • Mary Tasker
TECHNOLOGICAL PROGRESS • Mary Tasker
Techgnosis: Myth, Magic and Mysticism in the Age of Information
LEARNING FROM THE EARTH • Mary Tasker
Ecological Education in Action, and Sustainable Development - First Annual Report
OLD HISTORY, NEW TIME • Mary Tasker
The Wealth and Poverty of Nations and The Information Age, Economy, Society and Culture Vol. III
MARKET HEGEMONY • Mary Tasker
False Dawn: The Delusions of Global Capitalism
A MILLENNIUM CURRICULUM • Mary Tasker
Education for Sustainability
THE CRISIS IN EDUCATION • Mary Tasker
An examination of some ideas for changing educational systems. A review of Education Without the State by James Tooley and The Power of Their Ideas. Lessons for America from a Small School in Harlem.