Event Title

Optimizing human functioning related to teaching and learning using two approaches to human dynamics and Enneagrams

Speaker's Credentials

SPEAKER'S CREDENTIALS: All members of the team have been working with human personal and professional development as related to teaching and learning for at least two decades.

Location

Marder

Format

Workshop

Start Date

26-1-2013 1:00 PM

End Date

26-1-2013 2:00 PM

Abstract

OBJECTIVES: This workshop is intended for those who would like to personally work through self-identification in Cognitive/Mental, Social/Emotional and Physical aspects of Personality as related to teaching and learning.

TEACHING METHODS: Multiple methods. Modeling, small groups, discovery phrases, videos, line-up demonstration

CONTENT OVERVIEW: This workshop is intended for those who would like to personally work through self-identification in Cognitive/Mental, Social/ Emotional and Physical aspects of personality and the relationship to teaching and learning. Start your quest. Who am I? Who are you? How do we work best together? How can I become all that I can be? How do I work to make this world a better place for all? Such self-identification has been demonstrated to be highly useful for increasing effectiveness of both teaching and learning. The distinctions are most obvious in children prior to enculturation yet discernable in adults. Two similar approaches towards self-identification will be presented and a demonstration will be modeled. There will be opportunity for questions and answers during and after the workshop session. The two approaches are HUMAN DYNAMICS: A New Framework for Understanding People and Realizing the Potential in Our Organizations by Sandra Seagal and David Horne, Pegasus, Waltham, MA 1997 and PERSONALITY TYPES: Using the Enneagram for Self-Discovery by Don Richard Riso and Russ Hudson, Houghton Mifflin Co., New York, NY 1996. A unique feature of both self-identification approaches is that no test or instrument is administered. Each individual will learn about various cognitive and social aspects of personality types. This workshop will enable faculty to begin to recognize different approaches to teaching and learning. Through self-exploration, each person will have a better understanding of themselves, their learners, and their colleagues.

PROJECT IMPACT: Introduction of methods and materials for future use of participants.

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Optimizing human functioning related to teaching and learning using two approaches to human dynamics and Enneagrams

Marder

OBJECTIVES: This workshop is intended for those who would like to personally work through self-identification in Cognitive/Mental, Social/Emotional and Physical aspects of Personality as related to teaching and learning.

TEACHING METHODS: Multiple methods. Modeling, small groups, discovery phrases, videos, line-up demonstration

CONTENT OVERVIEW: This workshop is intended for those who would like to personally work through self-identification in Cognitive/Mental, Social/ Emotional and Physical aspects of personality and the relationship to teaching and learning. Start your quest. Who am I? Who are you? How do we work best together? How can I become all that I can be? How do I work to make this world a better place for all? Such self-identification has been demonstrated to be highly useful for increasing effectiveness of both teaching and learning. The distinctions are most obvious in children prior to enculturation yet discernable in adults. Two similar approaches towards self-identification will be presented and a demonstration will be modeled. There will be opportunity for questions and answers during and after the workshop session. The two approaches are HUMAN DYNAMICS: A New Framework for Understanding People and Realizing the Potential in Our Organizations by Sandra Seagal and David Horne, Pegasus, Waltham, MA 1997 and PERSONALITY TYPES: Using the Enneagram for Self-Discovery by Don Richard Riso and Russ Hudson, Houghton Mifflin Co., New York, NY 1996. A unique feature of both self-identification approaches is that no test or instrument is administered. Each individual will learn about various cognitive and social aspects of personality types. This workshop will enable faculty to begin to recognize different approaches to teaching and learning. Through self-exploration, each person will have a better understanding of themselves, their learners, and their colleagues.

PROJECT IMPACT: Introduction of methods and materials for future use of participants.