Contemplative Pedagogy: Bringing Intention, Awareness, and Reflection to Class Activities and Assignments
Eligibility: UVA graduate students
October 30, 11:30am-1:00pm
Event will be virtual via Zoom. Register by October 29; Netbadge login is required. The Zoom information will be sent to you once you register.
In this interactive workshop Karolyn Kinane, Associate Director at the Contemplative Sciences Center, will introduce contemplative approaches to teaching and learning that can be applied in a variety of instructional environments. Participants will engage in exercises to create values-aligned activities and assignments that build students’ capacities for awareness, compassion, and meaning-making. This workshop will bring special attention to the role of disposition--in addition to content and skills--in educational experiences.
For questions about registration, contact Claire Reeger (email@example.com).
Instructors: Karolyn Kinane
Karolyn Kinane, Ph.D., is Associate Director of Pedagogy and Faculty Engagement at the Contemplative Sciences Center. Karolyn works one-on-one and in small groups with faculty across grounds to develop and enhance contemplative approaches to teaching and learning. She facilitates workshops and retreats, designs curriculum, and directs the pedagogy database for the Contemplative University.