What is Wisdom?Giving Voice to Wisdom
Wisdom Thinkers Network believes that stories have the power to change the world, and by reweaving the wisdom of our traditional stories, both sacred and secular, and new understandings into education and public life we will be able to strengthen our social fabric and foster a more compassionate, inclusive, civil society. Learn more about us.
Wisdom Thinkers Roundtable 2012
Re-Enchanting Humanity: Stories for Sustainable Future
On Wednesday, November 28 through Friday, November 30, 2012 at Syracuse University only weeks after one of the most divisive elections, and months following the Earth Summit drew competing lines on Mother Earth, we gathered to tell the stories of our civilization and search for a shared narrative to restore civility and move us beyond the conflict to peace.
“The stories we choose to tell and how we choose to tell them, determines the course of civilization.”
~ Ralph Singh, Chair, Wisdom Thinkers Network
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Wisdom Thinkers Network recently received a Grant from the Richard S. Shineman Foundation to support and assist in implementing the Stories to Light Our Way Education program and anti- bullying simulation games to promote positive changes in behavior, improved academic performance and a better more inclusive school environment. About Richard S. Shineman Foundation. The Richard S. Shineman… Read More
Highlighted in CNY Central’s Brandon Roth’s report with Principal Michael Smolnik at Cleveland Elementary, Nat’l Blue Ribbon and School Of Character winner Cleveland Elementary was on display for Central NY and the world to see, as Principal Michael Smolnik and the students hosted CNY Central (WSTM) reporter Brandon Roth live yesterday morning to celebrate and… Read More
A Cleveland, NY Elementary School Finds Building Character Boosts Performance Completed article Public Schools started this week…and one Central New York school is trying to pack in much more than the Core Curriculum. Cleveland Elementary in Oswego County has a commitment to “Character Education.” Completed article can be found on WAER.org,