Synopses & Reviews
One of the century's most revolutionary teachers, Kurt Hahn is best known for his acclaimed Outward Bound Centers. But his theories of learning encompass far more than wilderness training. Here is the unforgettable account of his life, his values, his principles--his arrest and exile by Nazi stormtroopers, his courage in establishing a new school in Scotland, his conception and creation of other educational institutions which have enrolled nearly four million boys and girls across the globe.
Includes bibliographical referneces (p. 155-158) and index.