Teaching the whole student : engaged learning with heart, mind, and spirit / edited by David Schoem, Christine Modey, and Edward P. St. John ; foreword by Beverly Daniel Tatum
Books/Textual Material | Stylus Publishing, LLC | 2017 | First edition.
Available at Gumberg CTE 727 Fisher Hall. Call 412-396-5177 for availability. (LC995 .T427 2017)
Sterling, Virginia : Stylus Publishing, LLC, 2017.
xviii, 281 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Introduction / David Schoem -- PART I. Whole student learning approaches. The whole-student approach as a retention model / Jerry A. Pattengale ; Incorporating social justice into teaching : an integrative pedagogy approach / Kathleen Manning -- PART II. Engaged learning and teaching in practice. Learning community classrooms and educating for critical hope / Gillies Malnarich ; Relational teaching and learning: the classroom as community and the community as classroom / David Schoem ; Toward a new pedagogy to help create a sustainable future / James Crowfoot ; Experimental and dialogic pedagogy in a religious and ethnic conflict course / Adrienne B. Dessel ; Service-learning and integrative pedagogy for engaging the whole student / Joseph A. Galura -- PART III. Integrative pedagogy. Teaching and learning that make a difference / James L. Heft ; Integrative approaches for sustained diversity engagement in the early years of college / Angela M. Locks ; Assessment : rethinking the role of integrative pedagogies / Kimberly A. Kline, Edward P. St. John, and Annie E. Connors ; Teaching the whole student / Christine Modey, David Schoem, and Edward P. St. John.
Teaching the Whole Student is a compendium of engaged teaching approaches by faculty across disciplines. These inspiring authors offer models for instructors who care deeply about their students, respect and recognize students' social identities and lived experiences, and are interested in creating community and environments of openness and trust to foster deep-learning, academic success, and meaning-making. The authors in this volume stretch the boundaries of academic learning and the classroom experience by seeking to identify the space between subject matter and a student's core values and prior knowledge. They work to find the interconnectedness of knowledge, understanding, meaning, inquiry and truth. They appreciate that students bring their full lives and experiences-their heart and spirit-into the classroom just as they bring their minds and intellectual inquiry. These approaches contribute to student learning and the core academic purposes of higher education, help students find meaning and purpose in their lives, and help strengthen our diverse democracy through students' active participation and leadership in civic life. They also have a demonstrated impact on critical and analytical thinking, student retention and academic success, personal well-being, commitments to civic engagement, diversity, and social justice. -- Publisher description.
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