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Karen Campbell Reflection and Dialogue: A Process Central to Real Learning

Karen Campbell, a faculty member in GGI, explains the role of continual reflection and dialogue. These videos are part of a series done by videographer Alexander Love. Learn more about his work here.

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Karen Campbell on Dismantling Problems to Find New Voices

Faculty member Karen Campbell discusses how the Goddard model helps students dismantle problems and find new voices and solutions. These videos are part of a series done by videographer Alexander Love. Learn more about his work here.

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The Magical Mystery Tour Features Teaching Transformation

The Magical Mystery Tour, a radio show on Goddard College’s WDGR, recently hosted GGI faculty members Lise Weil, Sarah Van Hoy, Katt Lissard, Lori Wynters, and Karen Campbell in discussing our first book on how we teach in GGI, Teaching … Continue reading

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Everybody Doing Something Different from Everybody Else: Karen Campbell

Listen to faculty member Karen Campbell discuss the diversity of student studies, and how it translates into greater intimacy and collaboration.

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Faculty Workshops at the Spring 2017 Residency: A Sampling

Deconstructing and Reconstructing Social Innovation and Sustainability, with Faculty Member Sarah Bobrow-Williams. What do we – members of the SIS Program – mean when we say Social Innovation and Sustainability? Some of us may use similar definitions. Others may find … Continue reading

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Teaching Transformation: The Goddard Graduate Institute Book!

We have a lot of stories to tell about how and why we teach and learn at and beyond Goddard. Because we realized how precious, amazing, and revolutionary such stories are, we decided to put together a book, drawing on … Continue reading

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The Agony and Ecstasy of Changing the World with Karen Campbell

So much is falling apart in so many ways in our world, from climate change accelerating, to the situation in Syria, to so many communities and rights threatened in the United States. Karen Campbell, GGI faculty member, talks about both … Continue reading

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