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May 9, 2012 — The CFT would like to thank Julie Sandine (Law School) and Linda Manning (Center for Integrative Health) for guiding the Contemplative Pedagogy Working Group since last summer. They have asked the CFT to guide the group beginning this summer with...... KEEP READING »
April 5, 2012 — In one way, contemplative pedagogy may be seen as something new and separate from other pedagogical innovations, but in another way it may also be seen as reflective if not summative of several more familiar strains of interest, attention, and...... KEEP READING »
December 30, 2010 — Our colleagues down the street at Belmont University are hosting their 5th Annual January Teaching Center Symposium on Monday, January 10th, just before classes start for Vanderbilt. The theme of the event is “Creativity and Invention in Teaching.” The Belmont...... KEEP READING »
September 27, 2010 — Mary M. Reda’s essay, “What’s the Problem with Quiet Students? Anyone? Anyone?” in the Chronicle of Higher Education a couple of weeks ago offers a revealing look at the reasons some students choose not to participate in class discussions. Reda...... KEEP READING »
September 6, 2010 — As part of the CFT’s ongoing work on contemplative pedagogy, including a Contemplative Pedagogy “working group” open to faculty and graduate students, we’ve developed a new contemplative pedagogy teaching guide. The guide includes a discussion of contemplation’s role in teaching...... KEEP READING »
April 2, 2010 — “Opening the contemplative mind in schools is not a religious issue but a practical epistemic question… Inviting contemplative study simply includes the natural human capacity for knowing through silence, pondering deeply, beholding, witnessing the contents of consciousness and so forth.”...... KEEP READING »