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.
- Using Your Voice in this Education with Emily Carr
- “It Was As If I Came Home”: Diasie Sammy-Christopher on Finding Support and Homecoming at Goddard
- Learning That Reveals Itself in the Everyday and in Community: Joe Mason on Studying Sustainability
- New Perspectives and Conversations: Hayley Lewis and Joe Mason
- Karen Campbell on Dismantling Problems to Find New Voices
- The Flexibility of the Low-Residency Model with Emily Carr and Jim Sparrell
- Translating Academic Language into More Accessible Terms with Hayley Lewis
- Learning Relevant to My Passion: Joe Mason
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Tag Archives: Justin Kagan
Justin Kagan explores mindfulness and its roots as well as the expansive questions that get us there in these two videos. Watch this short video, part of a new series filmed by Alexander Love, based on interviews with GGI students … Continue reading
How did we find Goddard? Listen to both a faculty member and student share their stories. Watch these short videos, part of a new series filmed by Alexander Love, based on interviews with GGI students and faculty.
Justin Kagan, a consciousness studies student, talks about how practice and consciousness speak to each other. Watch this short video, part of a new series filmed by Alexander Love, based on interviews with GGI students and faculty.
Where and when does consciousness begin? Consciousness Studies student Justin Kagan talks about being in a field very much at the beginning of truly understanding what makes us tick. Watch this short video, part of a new series filmed by … Continue reading
I started thinking about the traditional relationship between beauty and practice and this unintentional detour gave way to the path I’m on now. By the end of this thesis, I intend to produce a theory to contribute to the immense … Continue reading