Critical, Creative, Contemplative: Inquiry and Pedagogy in Service of Student Flourishing.
Discussion led by: Karolyn Kinane, Ph,D., Associate Director of Faculty Engagement and Pedagogy, Contemplative Sciences Center
While faculty often appreciate the importance of critical thinking and creative expression, we may ignore the contemplative processes that precede and strengthen such acts. Contemplative inquiry and pedagogy highlight moment-to-moment awareness, privilege process, encourage reflection upon values and actions, feature first-person critical ways of knowing, and use meditative techniques to bring curiosity, care, and generosity to the fore. This session will introduce the theory and practices of both contemplative inquiry and pedagogy, offering specific examples of how these approaches can transform research, scholarship, and teaching in any discipline.
January 31, 2020
12:00 - 1:30 p.m.
Multipurpose Room, The Rotunda
College of Arts & Sciences
School of Continuing and Professional Studies
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