Course on: 01 Being Human 1) Personal De…

Course on: 01 Being Human 1) Personal Development 2) Human-centred Studies 3) How to Build a Better Model of Education 4) Holistic Education 5) Teacher Education 6) Parenting 7) Teaching 8) Managing

All of our ’short courses/lectures’ are units within the overall course. The 30 units, starting with an Overview lecture, are;
01 Overview Lecture (In SW see also summary versions of model)
1 CHANGE: What’s Wrong With Education as It Is?
2 HUMAN-NESS: The Human Spirit and the Spirit of Being Human
3 CARING: The Spirit Of Caring In (Holistic) Education
4 CREATIVITY: The Spirit Of Creativity In (Holistic)
Education
5 CRITICALITY: The Spirit Of Criticality In (Holistic) Education
6 COMMUNITY: Community, Culture and Content in (Holistic) Education
7 MORAL EDUCATION: Moral Education – A (Holistic) Perspective
8 DIALOGUE: Dialogue and Dialogic Processes in (Holistic) Education
9 CONSCIOUSNESS: Evolving Consciousness of Greater Contexts & others ways of framing ‘holization’ + awe and wonder’
10 LOVE: Love As The Mother Of Knowing in (Holistic) Education
11 INSPIRATION: The Spiritual as Sources of Inspiration in Being and Becoming Human
12 CONTENT: The Arts, Sciences , Humanities and Philosophy in (Holistic) Education
13 IDENTIFICATION: Empathy, Compassion, in Education of the Human Spirit
14 TEXTS and CONTEXTS: Texts and Contexts – the core dynamic in (Holistic) Education
15 MEANING: Meaning, Metaphor and Truth in (Holistic) Education
16 KNOWLEDGE: Knowing, Knowledge and the Unknowable in (Holistic) Education
17 PEDAGOGY: Spiritualizing Pedagogy in (Holistic) Education
18 WISDOM: Wisdom as an essential quality in (Holistic) Education
19 LEARNING and TEACHING: The Spirit Of Learning And Teaching In (Holistic) Education
20 VALUES & VIRTUES: Values & Virtues as well as awe and wonder;
21 CURRICULUM: Developing abilities in a Dynamic Curriculum in (Holistic) Education
22 STAKEHOLDER RELATIONSHIPS: Authority, Empowerment & Consultation – Balancing the interests of all Stakeholders in (Holistic) Ed
23 DEEPER SEARCHING: A deeper look at ‘What is Holistic Education’ – starting with Parker Palmer, Abraham J Heschel & Ken Wilber
24 WILL: Will, and Motivation in (Holistic) Ed
25 BODY MATTERS: The physical dimension in Holistic Education – inc the New Circus as metaphor for teamwork & embodiment in H Ed
26 STORY: Story in Holistic Education – including Maths and Science
27 MODELS & METHODS: Model-making and Methodologies
28 ACTION: Action, Activism and Behaviours – The WALK in SunWALK
29 BELIEFS: Beliefs and World-views
30 LEADERSHIP: Leadership and management

01 Overview

1 Transforming what’s wrong
2 Human-ness
3 Caring
4 Creativity
5 Criticality
6 Community
7 Moral Education
8 Dialogue
9 Consciousness
10 Love
11 Inspiration
12 Content
13 Identification
14 Texts and Contexts
15 Meaning
16 Knowledge
17 Pedagogy
18 Wisdom
19 Learning and Teaching
20 Values and Virtues
21 Curriculum Values and Virtues
22 Stake-holder relationships
23 Deeper Searching
24 Will & Motivation
25 BodyMatters
26 Story and Storying
27 Models and Methods
28 Action
29 Beliefs and Worldview
30 Leadership

Clay Shirky (shirky.com) – “It’s Not I…

Clay Shirky (shirky.com) – “It’s Not Information Overload. It’s Filter Failure!”

He says that when we start feeling overload we have to ask this question – “What filter just broke?”

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