Collegial Collaborations to Foster Contemplative Practice and Empower Empathy
The Association for Contemplative Mind and Higher Education Annual Conference
Scotts Valley, CA
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At the University of the Pacific, the Center for Teaching and Learning and University Writing Programs promote collaborative and reflective pedagogies, proven approaches to deep learning that also provide vital support in an era of increasing faculty workload, expanding student needs, rapid technological advances, and institutional and political uncertainties. In this interactive session, participants will engage in and reflect on a sampling of activities that we incorporate into our faculty development programs to build community, enhance empathy, and foster introspection, including values clarification, identity mapping, silent dialog, and annotated writing. Faculty may then translate these approaches to their classrooms to nurture connections and promote equity. Participants will leave the session with community-building strategies adaptable to faculty development, teaching, and professional settings.
Camfield, Eileen K.; Hill, Lott; and Bayers, Leslie, "Collegial Collaborations to Foster Contemplative Practice and Empower Empathy" (2017). University Writing Programs Staff Presentations. 27.
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