Engaged Learning, Research & Practice for a Changing WorldThis blog is a project of Goddard College's Individualized MA, SIS and HAS programs, featuring the work, research, studies and arts of students, faculty and alumni as they create worlds of change in their communities and beyond.
Read Our Book: Free Download of Teaching TransformationTeaching Transformation: Progressive Education in Action edited by Lise Weil and Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg with an introduction by Elizabeth K. Minnich, is now available! Featuring over 30 contributors, speaks directly to what faculty member and contributor Sarah Van Hoy calls "undiagnosed visionaries" who find their way to enacting their visions and callings through such an educational experience. Minnich writes of the book, "It is my profound conviction, an increasingly urgent one, that this book -- a volume on teaching by committed, experienced teacher-learners reflecting in depth about their art, their calling, and why it matters -- ought to be read and talked about as widely as possible." Learn more about the book here and how to download it for free or buy a copy.
- Goddard Gives You a Voice: Diasie Sammy-Christopher
- Emily Carr on Education that Fun’s, Engaging and Passionate
- Learning Digital Storytelling at Goddard: Shakti Roumagoux on the Geshamas
- The Magical Mystery Tour Features Teaching Transformation
- “You’ll Get Out of It What You Put Into It”: Hayley Lewis on the Goddard Experience
- Can Writing Save Your Life?: GGI Faculty Featured in Saturday Evening Post
- Low-Residency Worked Well for Me as An International Student: Diasie Sammy-Christopher
- Tim Simmons and Pamela Booker on Goddard Radio Show
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Category Archives: Residencies
At the February 2017 residency, different groups of students wrote collective poems, often writing a line, folding the paper so that the line previous to their own was hidden, then passing the poem to the next person to add a … Continue reading
The welcome session held August 4 for the Fall 2016 residency featured, among other things, a time for students and faculty to divide into groups, and compose poems together. Using the prompt of “Threshold,” we followed an old poetry ice-breaker … Continue reading
Britta Love, current student in Consciousness Studies, talks about the magic that happens at residencies in these two videos. Watch this short video, part of a new series filmed by Alexander Love, based on interviews with GGI students and faculty.
“You Are Still Living in the World of Experience”: Bob Kenny, Goddard President On The Low-Residency Model, and student Zelda Johnson
Bob Kenny, president of Goddard College, and current Health Arts and Sciences student Zelda Johnson talk about how Goddard allows people to experience their full life — their home communities, families and/or work — so that people can “continue to … Continue reading
What makes a Goddard College education different? One of the answers is that the residencies are embodied experience, bringing us together as a community while helping us connect with what GGI faculty member Lise Weil calls “transformational energy collected here … Continue reading