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Contemplative teaching and learning

Publication Type:

Book

Authors:

Kroll,Keith

Source:

New directions for community colleges ; no. 151, Jossey-Bass, San Francisco, p.119 (2010)

Call Number:

Cubb LB2328 .N4 NO.151

URL:

http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/8826922

Keywords:

College teaching, Community colleges, Contemplation, Education, Education--Philosophy, Electronic books--Education, Electronic books--Higher education, Higher--Philosophy, Learning--Philosophy, Meditation, Reflective learning, Transformative learning

Abstract:

Contents: The case for a contemplative philosophy of education / Rick Repetti -- Community college as liminal space / Maria R. Lichtmann -- The classroom is a "sangha" : contemplative education in the community college / Robert Haight -- Waking up to ourselves: the use of mindfulness meditation and emotional intelligence in the teaching of communications / Dan Huston -- Being allowing and yet directive: mindfulness meditation in the teaching of developmental reading and writing / Kate Garretson -- Contemplative practices in human services education / Jacqueline M. Griswold -- The sound of starting where you are: contemplative practice and music pedagogy / Matthew Ruby Shippee -- Offering reflection to an organization / Ann Faulkner, Guy Gooding -- Vocatio: the importance of exploring an ancient concept for community college students / Clifford "Kip" Scott -- Contemplative practice in the classroom / Keith Kroll.

Publication Language:

eng