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Paata Sheshelidze and the New Economic School (Georgia) typically host one or two libertarian events each month. Last July, NES hosted a first for Georgia-- a week-long liberty-studies summer camp for university students.
Featuring both English teachers from America and Russian teachers from nearby countries,
the focus was study of Liberty. We had six classes per day. After breakfast and lunch,
teachers with a special expertise delivered a lecture to the whole group.
Sometimes we showed a video from the John Stossel in the Classroom series,
narrated by Professor Ken Schoolland.
The other four classes were about 5-10 students per teacher, using the Socratic
method of questioning students to encourage their performance. Teachers had a
wide variety of professional and educational experiences, and discussed liberty
from a variety of perspectives, both practical and theoretical.
Last year's Russian teachers are young scholars who have been to the Liberty Camp of Lithuania many times. They gave a slide presentation about their previous camp experiences, helped with teaching, participated in classes, and helped make this a regional event. You will see photos of most of them--Anna, Andrea, Nata, Dima, Tanya, and Andre--in our photo collection. If you would like to help next year's liberty-studies summer camp, as a teacher, student, or donor, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Serenaded by a beautiful singer
Students on a field trip
Students enjoying the social life
Andy Eschen and students making a toast
The students and faculty of 2010
One thing is for sure, Andy Eyschen has good taste!
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