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Meditation and the Classroom by Judith Simmer-Brown
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Oct 02, 11

bookshelves: buddhism, higher-education, religious-studies
Read in October, 2011

If you are interested in the growing trend of contemplative methods in higher education, this book is really not to be missed. The articles are consistently excellent and engaging, with a good mix of broad philosophy and detailed pedagogy. The first article, by Coburn, is an exceptionally good introduction to the topic and manifesto for this emerging set of pedagogies. Highly recommended.

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