The instructor wants to develop a learning community on the topic of "creating a space of participation, collaboration, and bliss", in pursuit of broad growth as a unique human being on this planet.
We read some classic books carefully together.And there are two things to learn through the experience. The first is holistic core skills. The instructor will cultivate students' mindfulness to regulate their body, breathing, and mind to concentrate on the here and now.The other is the technique for creating a participation space that facilitates workshops and constructive dialogue. Students draw on each of their thoughts and knowledge to learn the skills and spirit of facilitators, evolving on the interactive path to great learning and creations.
Students will learn the basic techniques of mindfulness for regulating their own body, breathing, and mind, such that they can live not in the past or future, but in the here and now, subjectively.
Students will learn to facilitate the creation of a constructive space in which straight-forward, enjoyable conversations can be had, which are pleasant to both parties.
Body, Mind, Spirit. Mindfulness. Spirituality. Following one's bliss. Social Innovation.
Participative space. Workshop. Facilitation.
|Specialist skills||✔ Intercultural skills||✔ Communication skills||✔ Critical thinking skills||✔ Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
Workshop style and reading class style. Last year we read "Power of Myth" written by Joseph Campbell.
The instructor does not give one-way lectures, but rather fosters an interactive learning community.
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 1||Two consecutive 90-minute sessions are held every other Wednesday. LAH.H152,LAH.H252, LAH.H356 will be held together. Each student will be in charge of the presentation of a text in turn. Then, the whole class will discuss. Detailed schedule will be determined at the orientation. Capacity is 12 students. Orientation: April 1１, 1505-1635, at W9-E808. Schedule:4/11、4/25、5/9、5/23、6/13、6/27、7/11、7/25, Time:15:05〜c18:20||Preparation for the presentation.|
Nakano, Tamio. How to make a collaborative learning community.
Nakano, Tamio. Workshop
Nakano, Tamio. Joyful practice.
Other materials will be provided as needed.
Active participation 80%, Final report 20%
Students should be interested in Liberal Arts and expanding humanity, social sense, creativity and ambition.
They should have an interest in their own body and mind, and the desire to perform simple practices for regulating the mind and body.
Students should be interested in creating participation spaces, and want to play the role of a facilitator.