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Integral Education

Religious Pluralism, Global Peace, and Higher Education

Joseph L. Subbiondo | Posted 11.17.2013 | College
Joseph L. Subbiondo

Whether or not one has a religion is not important. What is important is to recognize that the majority of people in the world do practice a religion -- and that their beliefs can be a force for good as well as evil.

From Liberal to Integral Education

Joseph L. Subbiondo | Posted 10.21.2013 | College
Joseph L. Subbiondo

Integral education advances liberal education and offers a radical makeover of the humanities by expanding them to include embodied and spiritual learning as well as global diversity.

Embodying With Awareness

Willow Dea | Posted 04.17.2012 | Education
Willow Dea

Ultimately, if we "are what we teach," as Parker Palmer once famously offered, we are called to enact our deepest wisdom while we teach, parent, work, and walk through life.

Habit #5 Intention and Expectation: The Impact on the Class

Willow Dea | Posted 02.27.2012 | Education
Willow Dea

When we intend something, and are open to the actual (and possibly different) outcome, there's an opportunity to learn, stay curious and be with a new, perhaps better outcome.

Habit #3: Holding Space

Willow Dea | Posted 02.06.2012 | Education
Willow Dea

One of the functional practicalities of cultivating embodied awareness is the ability to hold space as a teacher. Holding space is a delicate balance between sensing, feeling and action.

Habit #1: Slowing Down

Willow Dea | Posted 01.23.2012 | Education
Willow Dea

Caution: You may be underwhelmed if you read this from a mental perspective; this post is an offer to your body and spirit.

Boundless Creativity and Curiosity: Following Steve Jobs' Example in the Classroom

Willow Dea | Posted 12.12.2011 | Education
Willow Dea

Ironically, Jobs was a college drop out who started a company that affected millions, and became pivotal in educating young people all over the world.