Taoism, Teaching, and Learning (häftad)
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University of Toronto Press
Li, Xiang/Ruan, Tian
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Taoism, Teaching, and Learning (häftad)

Taoism, Teaching, and Learning

A Nature-Based Approach to Education

Häftad Engelska, 2022-07-12
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The ancient Chinese philosophy of Taoism contains profound wisdom about the cosmos, nature, human life, and education. Taoism seeks to be in harmony with nature, and using it as a guide can help us live in a way that is healing to both ourselves and the planet. Taoism, Teaching, and Learning identifies key aspects of Taoist thought and highlights how these principles can promote a holistic approach to teaching and learning. In particular, this book offers educators guidelines and pedagogical examples for how to instil a perspective of interconnectedness into their classrooms. It sheds light on how philosophical Taoism articulates a vision of the universe and life that mirrors the actual realities of nature. Providing frameworks and methods for teaching and learning based on the interconnectedness of life, Taoism, Teaching, and Learning develops an inspiring vision for education and helps us to see our world in a deeply holistic and meaningful way.
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John P. Miller is a professor in the Department of Curriculum, Teaching, and Learning at the University of Toronto. Xiang Li earned her MEd in Curriculum and Pedagogy from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto. Tian Ruan earned her MEd in curriculum and pedagogy from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto.


Foreword Preface 1. Exploring Taoist Educational Philosophies in a Classical Suzhou Garden 2. Bringing Education into Harmony with the Way Things Are 3. Self-Cultivation 4. Wu-Wei: Teaching with Ease and Grace 5. Balancing Yin and Yang 6. Taoism and Holistic Education 7. Yin and Yang: Play in Kindergarten and the Teachers' Role 8. A New Vision for Education