Researcher interests: Contemplative education. Contemplative practices have been developed across cultures toward fostering well-being, heightened awareness, and finding meaning. In recent years we are witnessing an increasing interest in mindfulness practice, yoga, tai chi and other contemplative practices in education. My research focuses on rendering the pedagogical aspects of these practices based on their sources (i.e. Buddhism, classical yoga), psychological research, first-person and second-person methods of inquiry, and educational theory. Basically I explain why observing one's breath, performing a yogic posture or a tai chi form is education in the deepest sense of the word.
FACULTY / SCHOOL: School of Education
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Selected Publications

response to william pinar s review of reconstructing education through mindful attention (2018)| Curriculum Journal| Read more
educational philosophy for a post secular age (2017)| Educational Philosophy and Theory| Read more
pedagogy and meta pedagogy (2017)| | Read more
conclusion the reconstruction of education and the contemplative turn (2017)| | Read more
the ethics of the inner curriculum (2017)| | Read more
education and the pruning of the mind (2017)| | Read more
introduction the problem of education is education forget education study the mind (2017)| | Read more
the curriculum of i (2017)| | Read more
the curriculum of me (2017)| | Read more
knowledge and the curriculum in time and space ()| | Read more

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Tamir Huberman
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