Holistic Education SIG 135
Holistic Education SIG 135
 
SIG Purpose
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The purpose of this SIG is to facilitate and support holistic Education toward the well-being of individuals and society through practice, theory, and research focusing on the integration of intellectual, emotional, physical, and spiritual dimensions of experience. 

 
 
Message from SIG Chair
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Dear Holistic Education SIG Members,

We hope this email finds you enjoying your summer! Thank you to those of you who submitted papers to our SIG for the 2019 AERA Annual Meeting, as well as those of you who will be volunteering as reviewers. 

We have two exciting updates to share with you.

Firstly, welcome Rick Vanosdall as our new Secretary! We are excited to have Rick join the executive committee and help us improve communication and outreach to our members. Here are some details about Rick's background:
Current Position - Associate Dean, College of Education Middle Tennessee State University; Professor, Principal Investigator Leading Innovations in Education teacher and administrator preparation and professional development

Education - Ed.D., Arizona State University, Tempe (2004); M.Ed., Arizona State University, Tempe (1988); B.S., Michigan State University (1984)

Secondly, we are proud to present our first Holistic Education SIG Research Spotlight papers. Please see attached the first paper and discussion thereof. A brief summary of the details of the papers, as well as links to more information about the authors, is listed for your convenience below. Paul will be discussing Narelle's research for our August spotlight. Please help us keep the energy and discussions of our work flowing by volunteering to be a discussant and/or submitting your own work.

Paper discussed:
Valtierra, K. M., & Michalec, P.  (2017). DEEP CURRICULUM: Guiding the Inner Lives of Early Career Teachers.  Curriculum and Teaching Dialogue, 19(1 & 2), 19-33.
https://morgridge.du.edu/staff-members/paul-michalec/

Discussant paper:
"Reconciling the tension between the call to teach and the external demands of teaching"
Associate Professor Narelle Lemon
Faculty of Education, Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australi
https://www.swinburne.edu.au/research/our-research/access-our-research/find-a-researcher-or-supervisor/researcher-profile/?id=nlemon
We look forward to hearing from you if have questions or suggestions, or if would like to contact us to submit your work for the Holistic Education SIG Research Spotlight.

Best,
Juli and Ida, Holistic Education
 
 
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