Posts Tagged "Art & Art History"

Contemplating Chicano Park and a New Pedagogic Imaginary

Posted on Apr 26, 2016

Contemplating Chicano Park and a New Pedagogic Imaginary

Prof. Alberto López Pulido presents a webinar underscoring the importance of contemplative practices for students of color at a private Roman Catholic University in San Diego, California. Through this work, a new Pedagogic Imaginary is put forth that embraces cultural diversity and social justice for all students, but in particular, students of color and first-generation students.

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The Blue Pearl: A Research Report on Teaching Mindfulness Practices to College Students

Posted on Feb 28, 2013

The Blue Pearl: A Research Report on Teaching Mindfulness Practices to College Students

This webinar describes the results of Prof. Deborah J. Haynes’s research with undergraduate students on the efficacy of and their experiences with contemplative pedagogy. Her presentation focuses on conceptual issues raised by her formal human-subject research with students over three years–research that included qualitative feedback from them through narrative exercises and journals, a series of quantitative questionnaires about their experiences, and their own works of art.

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Listening to Our Eyes: Seeing as Meditation

Posted on Feb 4, 2013

Listening to Our Eyes: Seeing as Meditation

This webinar, presented by Bradford C. Grant, Professor and Director of the School of Architecture and Design at Howard University, is an exploration of meditative exercises using seeing and drawing and the use of physical and visual environments as a means for understanding and contemplation.

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