Because they won't teach you what it is like to have the transformative experience of gestating, producing, and becoming attached to a child of your own. At least in the normal case, if you are a woman who has a child, you go through a ...
Author: Laurie Ann Paul
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
How should we make choices when we know so little about our futures? L.A. Paul argues that we must view life decisions as choices to make discoveries about the nature of experience. Her account of transformative experience holds that part of the value of living authentically is to experience our lives and preferences in whatever ways they evolve.
Transformative experience theory has focused on understanding such experiences and developing strategies for fostering them in science classrooms. This book is a practical guide to applying the strategies we have found to be effective ...
Author: Kevin J. Pugh
Publisher: Teachers College Press
Use this book to move science learning out of the classroom and into everyday life. Science has a profound capacity to transform how we experience the world, but it can be challenging to foster transformative experiences. When it comes to the science classroom, too often the Las Vegas slogan applies: What happens here stays here. Based on over 20 years of research, this guide presents the Teaching for Transformative Experiences in Science instructional model to help teachers craft practices that will encourage students to apply science concepts beyond defined school boundaries. This practical resource includes detailed vignettes, classroom examples, guidance for trying out strategies, and materials for assessing transformative experiences. Book Features Introduction to transformative experience theory.A model of teaching based on empirical classroom research.Vignettes and classroom examples that illustrate application of the model strategies.“Try It Out” guides.Assessment materials. “Changing how students experience science can change more than their understanding of science. It can change the world.” —From the Foreword by Gale M. Sinatra, USC Rossier School of Education
By hearing the story from the people in the simulation, and seeing the world, rooms, homes, streets, and city through their eyes, students can experience a reality that may provide a transformative experience. Whether virtual reality is ...
Author: Michael G. Strawser
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
This book considers the role, use, and implications of transformative and active instructional strategies in higher education. It examines the changing landscape of higher education and serves as a foundational lens and framework for thinking through higher education from both an experiential and transformative instructional context.
Transformative Self ≠ Transforming Self ≠ Transforming Person Transformative is not the same as transformation. ... We generally take the term transformative experience to mean a discrete experience that effects a desirable, ...
Author: Jack J. Bauer
Publisher: Oxford University Press
"This chapter introduces the main features of the transformative self-what it is and is not. For instance, the transformative self is not a person but rather a self-identity that a person uses to facilitate personal growth. The person creates a transformative self primarily in their evolving life story. This growth-oriented narrative identity helps the person to cultivate growth toward a good life for the self and others. The chapter provides an overview of the book's theoretical approach and topics. The book's first section examines the components of personal growth, narrative identity, and a good life that culturally characterize the transformative self. The second section explores he personality and social ecology of the person who has a transformative self. The third section shows how the transformative self itself develops over time. The final section explores the hazards and heights of having a transformative self"--
These two groups point to the need for more studies which carefully describe student experiences . ... Instead students engage in idea - based , transformative experiences to varying degrees and in varying ways .
Philemon 3:7–9 also testifies about how he understands himself in view of his Christ experience: “Yet whatever gains I had, ... Paul's Transformative Experience (Gal, 1–2 Cor, Rom) Paul's transformative life experience converges in his ...
Author: Yung Suk Kim
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
In A Transformative Reading of the Bible Yung Suk Kim raises critical questions about human transformation in biblical studies. What is transformation? How are we transformed when we read biblical stories? Are all transformative aspects equally valid? What kind of relationships exists between self, neighbor, and God if transformation is involved in these three? Who or what is being changed, or who or what are we changing? What degree of change might be considered "transformative"? Kim explores a dynamic, cyclical process of human transformation and argues that healthy transformation involves three kinds of transformation: psycho-theological, ontological-theological, and political-theological transformation. With insights gained from phenomenological studies, political theology, and psychotheology, Kim proposes a new model for how to read the Bible transformatively, as he dares to read Hannah, Psalm 13, the Gospel of Mark, and Paul as stories of transformation. The author invites Christian readers, theological educators, and scholars to reexamine the idea of transformation and to engage biblical stories from the perspective of holistic human transformation.
Transformative. Experience. David A. Miles Dr. Dave Leadership Corp., USA ABSTRACT Andrological processes comprise many facets in the overall learning experience, including, but not limited to, the field of self-directed learning.
Author: Peltz, David P.
Publisher: IGI Global
As individuals progress through each stage of life, they continue to learn and grow intellectually. However, what may be a conducive learning environment for a child may not be as effective for an adult, creating a need to understand how to aid adults in being successful learners in their later life. Multicultural Andragogy for Transformative Learning provides a diverse collection of positions related to adult learning. The book touches on a variety of topics including autonomous learning as a transformative experience, mixing cultures through intercultural methodology, and integrating cultural perspectives into organizational learning. As a publication with a focus on andragogy, this proves a useful resource for academicians, higher education administrators, and educators who teach both traditional and non-traditional students in higher education.
Researchers then worked together to collapse descriptive codes into conceptual categories of the transformative experience. These categories were used as a priori codes for the analysis of student produced video documentation of their ...
Author: Ann E. Lopez
This is the second book in the series Transformative Pedagogies for Teacher Education. Like the first book in the series it is geared towards practitioners in the field of teacher education. This second book focuses on action, agency and dialogue. It features chapters by a collection of teacher educators, researchers, teacher advocates and practitioners drawing on their research and experiences with teacher candidates to explore critical issues in teacher education. The book will be useful to teacher educators working with teacher candidates in different contexts, particularly diverse contexts. Given demographic shifts and the need for educators to respond to growing diversity in schools, educators will find valuable strategies in Transformative Pedagogies in Teacher Education: Critical Action, Agency and Dialogue in Teaching and Learning Contexts they can implement in their own practice. In addition to valuable strategies, authors explore different approaches and perspectives in teacher education in the preparation of teacher candidates for a changing world. Critical notions of education are posited from different perspectives and locations. This book will be useful for schools, school boards and districts engaging in ongoing professional development of teachers. It will also be of value to school leaders and aspiring leaders in principal preparation programs as working with new teachers and teacher educators is an integral part of their role.
For example, L. A. Paul opens her book Transformative Experience with an improbable thought experiment: imagine that you have the opportunity to become a vampire (2014, 1–2; see also Mackenzie 2008). All of your friends have already ...
Author: Cressida J. Heyes
Publisher: Duke University Press
“Experience” is a thoroughly political category, a social and historical product not authored by any individual. At the same time, “the personal is political,” and one's own lived experience is an important epistemic resource. In Anaesthetics of Existence Cressida J. Heyes reconciles these two positions, drawing on examples of things that happen to us but are nonetheless excluded from experience. If for Foucault an “aesthetics of existence” was a project of making one's life a work of art, Heyes's “anaesthetics of existence” describes antiprojects that are tacitly excluded from life—but should be brought back in. Drawing on critical phenomenology, genealogy, and feminist theory, Heyes shows how and why experience has edges, and she analyzes phenomena that press against those edges. Essays on sexual violence against unconscious victims, the temporality of drug use, and childbirth as a limit-experience build a politics of experience while showcasing Heyes's much-needed new philosophical method.
It is a 'transformative experience' and any transformative darsana necessarily involves 'reciprocal “seeing”' (Coorlawala 1996). If, in seeing Ozu's films, we do not experience a transformative darsana, his impersonal style will appear ...
Author: Stephen Teo
Category: Performing Arts
This book explores the range and dynamism of contemporary Asian cinemas, covering East Asia (China, Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan), Southeast Asia (Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia), South Asia (Bollywood), and West Asia (Iran), in order to discover what is common about them and to engender a theory or concept of "Asian Cinema". It goes beyond existing work which provides a field survey of Asian cinema, probing more deeply into the field of Asian Cinema, arguing that Asian Cinema constitutes a separate pedagogical subject, and putting forward an alternative cinematic paradigm. The book covers "styles", including the works of classical Asian Cinema masters, and specific genres such as horror films, and Bollywood and Anime, two very popular modes of Asian Cinema; "spaces", including artistic use of space and perspective in Chinese cinema, geographic and personal space in Iranian cinema, the private "erotic space" of films from South Korea and Thailand, and the persistence of the family unit in the urban spaces of Asian big cities in many Asian films; and "concepts" such as Pan-Asianism, Orientalism, Nationalism and Third Cinema. The rise of Asian nations on the world stage has been coupled with a growing interest, both inside and outside Asia, of Asian culture, of which film is increasingly an indispensable component – this book provides a rich, insightful overview of what exactly constitutes Asian Cinema.