Upcoming Contemplative Pedagogy Events
Posted on: October 8, 2014
Yesterday we introduced the idea of contemplative pedagogy and offered a working definition of this teaching practice. We said that, although you may be new to it, contemplative pedagogy is rooted in some very old techniques.
You may be thinking, “who on earth would want to study this?” Well, a lot of people, actually. And some very close to home.
Wake Forest will host multiple lectures and presentations on the topic of contemplative pedagogy and ways to enhance the experience for students using mindfulness in the classroom. Check them out if you’re interested!
“Radical Listening” and other Contemplative Approaches to Enhancing Teaching and Learning in Higher Education: Thursday, October 9 • 1:00pm – 2:30pm (you must register for this event to attend)
What is contemplation and why should we care? A public lecture by Dr. David Germano: Thursday, October 9 • 6:00pm
Exploring Contemplative Pedagogies in the Wake Forest Classroom: Wednesday, October 15 • 3:30pm – 4:45pm (writing professors Elisabeth Whitehead, Eric Stottlemyer, and Eric Ekstrand will be presenting)
Interested in learning more about contemplative pedagogy at Wake Forest University? Visit the Teaching and Learning Center.
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