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Title Teaching and learning from the inside out : revitalizing ourselves and our institutions / Issue edited by: Margaret Golden
Published [San Francisco] : Wiley, [2012]
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Description 1 online resource (111 pages)
Series New directions for teaching and learning, 1536-0768 ; no. 130
New directions for teaching and learning ; no. 130
Contents Principles and practices of the Circle of Trust approach / Terry Chadsey and Marcy Jackson -- Soul and role dialogues in higher education: healing the divided self / Paul Michalec and Gary Brower -- The Circle of Trust approach and a counselor training program: a hand in glove fit / Judith A. Goodell -- Dialing in to a Circle of Trust: a medium tech experiment and poetic evaluation / Christine T. Love -- The power of paradox in learning to teach / Karen Noordhoff -- The role of identity in transformational learning, teaching, and leading / Michael I. Poutiatine and Dennis A. Conners -- Lessons learned from transformational professional development / Twyla T. Miranda -- Circles of learning in Mississippi: community recovery and democracy building / Bonnie Allen and Estrus Tucker -- Measuring the impact of the Circle of Trust approach / Janet Smith
Summary By reclaiming the passions of our hearts and exploring insights and ideas, we begin a remembering of ourselves. As we begin to reclaim our wholeness, we also have the capacity to renew and revitalize our institutions from within. After a long career of writing and speaking about how living in congruence-without division between inner and outer life-allows for being present with ourselves and those who journey with us, Parker Palmer and colleagues at the Center for Courage & Renewal developed a process of shared exploration. This Circle of Trust & reg; approach encourages people to live and work more authentically within their families, workplaces, and communities. This issue explores the transformative power of engaging in a Circle of Trust. The authors examine its direct applications to teaching and learning, and they explore and discuss the research being done by the facilitators of this work. This is the 130<sup>th</sup> volume of this Jossey-Bass higher education series. New Directions for Teaching and Learning offers a comprehensive range of ideas and techniques for improving college teaching based on the experience of seasoned instructors and the latest findings of educational and psychological researchers
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Online resource; title from PDF running title (Wiley Online Library Web site, viewed on June 14, 2012)
Subject Center for Courage & Renewal.
Teachers -- Training of.
Form Electronic book
Author Golden, Margaret.
ISBN 111843157X (electronic bk.)
9781118431573 (electronic bk.)