Laura I. Rendon: Sentipensante SensingThinking Pedagogy Educating for Wholeness Social Justice and Liberation

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9 pt type is illegible to these aging Spinal Trauma eyes Back to the library with regret This book was part of a faculty learning group at my university It generated some great conversations about mindful teaching and wasnjoyable to read Dr Rendon is not only a well respected researcher in higher Shadow (New Species, education but one of the most spiritual individuals whose work reflects her belief that teaching can be sacred and transformative This book contains wonderful insights fromducators who reflect the sentipensante pedagogy I really 細味人生100篇 enjoyed this book More thannjoyed I had an The Gathering (Darkness Rising, ecstatic pedagogicalxperience reading this MongoDB especially thearly chapters I love how Rend n brings in spirituality and contemplative practices The book is somewhat repetitive in the later chapters but I would say this is definitely worth the read if you re interested in Student Euity and challenging traditional teaching approaches Review to come Four stars for the content and two for the writing style The message of holistic feeling thinking teaching is inspiring but the delivery was too repetitive and general at times I think hearing Rendon speak about these concepts and research may have been powerful than reading about them Modern Chastity educational theories are like religions that people believe in than practices based in reality This is anotherxample of a book with a well meaning author who wants to help students succeed but that falls short in actually providing any pragmatic solutions I am getting my master s degree in Curriculum and Instruction and nearly Experiential Learning every book I have read in the program with modernducation theories are like this one so far from reality and disconnected from sociopolitical contexts that they are impossible to implement While this book has some good points they are already Die Neurobiologie des Glücks established and accepted I did not learn how to be a better teacher through reading it This book is similar to a lot of the books on the market right now If you. An inspirational and holistic approach to teaching by a renowned Latina scholar Defines seven steps to unlocking the potential of teachers and their students Deeply informed by the author'sducational journey as a minority woman from a background of rural povertyLaura Rendon is a scholar of national stature known for her research on students of color and first generation college students and on the factors that promote and impede student successThe motivation for the uest that Laura Rendon shares in this book was the realization that she along with many A Final Story: Science, Myth, and Beginnings educators had lost sight of the deeper relationship centeredssence of A New Philosophy of History education and lost touch with the fine balance betweenducating for academics and ducat.

Bout the nuts and bolts of implementing contemplative pedagogy in the classroomUseful discussion on how to sustain myself in my career by building sustenance into my professional and personal life blendedThought provoking This book points out our society s disconnect with the whole self and mphasizes its obsession with reaching non integrative goals and measures My uestions is How do we change thisThe best practices are subversive Love is subversiveThe book reinforced the idea that the goal of ducation is to develop well rounded individuals who possess knowledge and wisdom Professors need to design a relationship centered classroom based on caring support and validation Tests and grades should not be used as punitive measures but as feedback mechanisms that assist in determining where the student is at a particular point in timeLaura Rend n describes how to incorporate sensingthinking pedagogy Although the author describes the process louently at times the book is lengthyThis was a good read in that it made me think about what I do and how I can be FRITZI auf Sylt - ÖLMALEREI - Kunst in Fotobrillant-Druck effective There are a lot of great ideas but sometimes the narrative was so subjective that it did not seem scholarlyExamples of involvingengaging students were wonderful and inspiringWhat repercussions will we face if we do not acknowledge thexistence of the Big Little Man emotional and spiritual along with the intellectual Woe unto humanity if we do notSentipensante pedagogy is concerned withngagement strategies that are associated with a rational and contemplative ducation Engaging sentipensante pedagogy can be transformative and liberatingOn the whole I felt it was a bit idealistic however it does bring up some important points We should always remember to nurture the whole students I thinnk depending on the class and nthusiasm of the instructor one could be successful with this strategy and we should all strive to beA voice crying in the wilderness but there are and voices. Limiting views about themselves fosters high Creating Lasting Value expectations and helps students to become social change agents She invites the reader to share her journey in developing sentipensante pedagogy and to challenge sevenntrenched agreements abouteducation that act against wholeness and the appreciation of truth in all forms She offers xamples of her own teaching and of the classroom practices of faculty she ncountered along the way; as well as guidance on the challenges rewards and responsibilities that anyone Montana Dreams embarking on creating a new vision of teaching and learning should attend toThough based on the author's life work in higherducation her insights and approach apply ually to all teaching and learning contexts.

Haven t read the current ideas on pedagogy then this book is a good start I would continue work however with the science of how the brain learns physiologically specially if you are teaching in the STEM fieldsMy favorite statement not Modern South Asia every professor ought to adopt her philosophy of teachingit is important for students to bexposed to than her kind of pedagogy It s refreshing to see an author open to a variety of teaching types and styles so this book does tap into a few things that are Picture Theory easily forgotten while teaching Culture and personal style do make a difference in how we all teach and how we are receivedThe section on setting high standards was also of value because as anducator there is so much pressure from lected officials to get students to pass that we are hard pressed to figure out how to actually help them learn This book does have some interesting strategies that are helpful when teaching to a diverse classroomSo in ssence this is a good book to add to the annual reading list for teachers and most specially if you are teaching in a diverse classroom We read this book at Xavier University of Louisiana for our seventh annual Fall Faculty Book Club sponsored by the Center for the Advancement of TeachingAt our final meeting I asked our participating faculty to jot down some thoughts Here is what they wroteThe book challenged traditional approaches to teaching and learning and challenged readers to mbrace a holistic approach to teaching which brings together both mind and heart and Aristotle Detective (Aristotle embraces a social justice stanceVery comforting to have so many others feel as I do Important to remember that we are responsible for our own outcomes and we cannot really focus on how this pedagogicalndeavor affects others Bones, Clones, and Biomes even though you hope it will be positive The potential latent value of sentipensante practices is also intriguing as is the collateral leaning componentThe book provided an interesting conversation Ing for life Her purpose is to reconnect readers with the original impulse that led them to becomeducators; and to help them rediscover with her their passion for teaching and learning in the service to others and for the well being of our societyShe offers a transformative vision of Bringing the Empire Home education thatmphasizes the harmonic complementary relationship between the sentir of intuition and the inner life and the pensar of intellectualism and the pursuit of scholarship; between teaching and learning; formal knowledge and wisdom; and between Western and non Western ways of knowing In the process she develops a pedagogy that ncompasses wholeness multiculturalism and contemplative practice that helps students transcend.