Bahá'í Chronology: 1971-00-11
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Dan Jordon with Don Streets co-founded the Center for the Study of Human Potential at U. Mass and along with other Bahá'í educators and scholars, he started the Anisa Project, a comprehensive, Bahá'í-inspired educational system organized around a philosophical base. With the creation of the Anisa (Arabic for the Tree of Life) Project—adopted by dozens of school systems during Jordan’s lifetime.
The Anisa Educational Model was inspired by the Bahá'í teachings and the philosophical work of Alfred North Whitehead and soon grew into a national movement that trained hundreds of educators.
This new educational model was conceptualized as a process rather than a fixed formula. Based on the constantly-evolving empirical framework of the biological and medical sciences the Anisa Model gathered and unified educational practice and theory into a completely new paradigm. [Stanford Libraries]
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