This four-day event at Emerson College will bring together educators working in higher or further education, with an interest in contemplative pedagogy to explore question such as:
* What is contemplative pedagogy?
* How can contemplative practice be integrated in higher and further education both by educators and students?
* How is contemplative pedagogy related to radical and critical pedagogies?
* What role can contemplative pedagogy play in promoting not just wellbeing but social change and social justice?
* What questions does contemplative pedagogy raise about the meaning of the educational endeavour, particularly within universities?
Emerson College, East Sussex, Forest Row, RH18 5JX
Fees and Payment including tuition, all meals and single room accommodation
After January 31st 2018
Employer funded: £580
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
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: email@example.com 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