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|1971 (In the year)
||Dan Jordon with Don Streets co-founded the Center for the Study of Human Potential at the University of Massachusetts and, along with other Bahá'í educators and scholars, Dr Jordon started the Anisa Project, a comprehensive, Bahá'í-inspired educational system organized around a philosophical base. The model was 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. [Anisa Model Home Page]
See the book by Dan Jordon and Don Streets Releasing the Potentialities of the Child.
Biographical information about Daniel C Jordon.
See also three articles by David Langness:
||Anisa Educational Model; Daniel Jordan (Dan Jordan); Don Streets; Alfred North Whitehead; Philosophy; Process philosophy; Education; Anisa Project
|1982 22 or 23 Oct
||The murder of Daniel Jordon in New York. The crime was unsolved. Mr. Jordon was on the National Spiritual Assembly and was a co-founder of The Anisa Model. [New York Times Archives]
||Stamford; Conneticut; United States
||Daniel Jordan (Dan Jordan); In Memoriam
|2012. (In the year)
||Stanford University’s Bahá'í Collection was the first university-based collection of its kind in the United States and is a premier research resource of all topics Bahá'í related.
The Stanford Libraries preserves and makes accessible to all students and researchers a wealth of rare and unique archival materials and books on the Bahá'í Faith. The initial donation of the Jack H. Lee and Arden T. Lee Baha’i Collection in 2012, one of the most extensive private libraries of materials related to the Bahá'í Faith, includes thousands of books, letters, newspaper clippings, photographs and early Bahá'í publications from many countries and in various languages, from Urdu to Japanese to Greenlandic.
Holdings in the Bahá'í Collection also include the personal materials from the life’s work of renowned educator, psychologist and philosopher Daniel C. Jordan (which include the only original 16 mm film of his ballet, Metamorphosis of the Owls, as well as the Bahá'í Library of Hourolain and Nasrollah Maghzi, an important collection of Persian rare books.
Donations to the physical collection or monetary contributions can be made. [Bahá'í Collection]
||Stanford; United States
||Stanford University; Universities; Libraries; Nasrollah Maghzi; Hourolain Maghzi; Daniel Jordan (Dan Jordan); Arden Lee; Jack Lee
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- Becoming a Bahá'í, by Daniel C. Jordan. What kind of beginning is it, when one becomes a Baha'i? What does it mean, and what to expect? [about]
- Becoming Your True Self, by Daniel C. Jordan, in World Order, 3:1 (1968). The nature of human potential, and how the Baha'i Faith can guide the process of spiritual transformation. [about]
- Being and Becoming: The ANISA Theory of Development, by Michael F. Kalinowski and Daniel C. Jordan, in World Order, 7:4 (1973). To provide children with experience and knowledge, enabling them to direct their own spiritual evolution, we need a theory explaining the nature of "becoming" and development. ANISA is a blueprint for a comprehensive educational system. [about]
- Keys to Harmony, by Daniel C. Jordan. Ways of bringing harmony into the world, using musical analogies. [about]
- Philosophical Basis of the ANISA Model, The, by Daniel C. Jordan (1974). Talk given at Green Acre Baha'i School on ANISA, a science-based approach for curriculum development that integrates with new discoveries in human-related sciences. Includes stories of Jordan's spiritual teacher Charlotte Gillan. [about]
- Summary Statement of the ANISA Model, by Daniel C. Jordan (1974). ANISA is a comprehensive educational system defined by specifications which insure its replicability, evaluation, and refinement. Its objectives are the actualization of human potential and explanations of how to achieve them. [about]
- Your True Self, by Daniel C. Jordan. [about]