Events

Forthcoming

Coming to our senses: embedding contemplative pedagogy in higher education

A four-day symposium for educators

This four-day event at Emerson College will bring together educators working in higher education to explore, experience and study contemplative pedagogy. It will be a valuable opportunity to connect with like-minded people, learn from what others are doing in their classrooms and reflect on our own contemplative practice and how this impacts our teaching and conduct.

Emerson College, East Sussex, Forest Row, RH18 5JX

2pm 27 August 2018 – 2pm 30 August 2018

Fees and Payment including tuition, all meals and single room accommodation

If booked by 31st January 2018

Employer funded: £540
Self-funded: £440
Self-funded student: £200 (not bookable on line, see details below)

After January 31st 2018

Employer funded: £580
Self-funded: £480

There are only three places available at the self-funded student rate of £200 and as such they are not bookable through the website. Please email Caroline barrattc@essex.ac.uk for more details.

There are 10 places available at the general self-funded rate which is bookable online on a first come first served basis. This rate is subject to an increase after the 31st January.

Click here for full details and to book your place

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Past

Contemplative Pedagogy: a counterforce in higher education?

Monday 10th & Tuesday 11th April 2017 at Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh

You are warmly invited to participate in an Open Space Technology (OST) event around the theme of: Contemplative Pedagogy: a counterforce in higher education?

Who should attend? Anyone interested in contemplative pedagogy in higher education.

What is the format? This is a real time, real place, live, face-to-face event. We’ll use ‘Open Space Technology’ (=’open space’ as technology)  to connect, relate to each other and explore this broad topic.

There is no agenda.

There is no preparation required.

There are no key note speakers or invited papers.

Just come and join in and be prepared to relate, engage, contribute and learn.

 

Both days – Waged : £125 or Student/unwaged: £65

One day – Waged : £75 Student/unwaged: £40

Refreshments and lunch included

You can register here to attend

Please register no later than 31 March 2017

Doing less, learning more: the potential of contemplative pedagogy in health professional education

Seminar faciliated by Caroline Barratt

Wednesday 25th May 2016 3 -4.30pm

Room 2S2.5.20 University of Essex, Colchester Campus

Email: barrattc@essex.ac.uk for details

Growing Contemplative Practices in Higher Education?

Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, EH21 6UU, Scotland

Friday 22nd April 2016, 9am-4.30pm

The event will use Open Space Technology to explore if and how contemplative practices, mindfulness and meditation should and could be grown within the Higher Education context.

There is no agenda. There is no preparation required. There are no key note speakers or invited papers. Just come and join in and be prepared to relate, engage, contribute and learn.

Financial exchange: £50 (employed) or £25 (unemployed/student)                                       Places: 60

 

 

 

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