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The Common Cognitive Sources of Science and Religion.
Education as Transformation: Religious Pluralism, Spirituality, and a New Vision for Higher Education in America
Format: Book Chapter
Publication Date: Nov 30, 1999
Publisher: P. Lang
Sources ID: 60281
Visibility: Public (group default)
Abstract: (Show)
Reflecting a national movement that seeks to create a more holistic model of learning and teaching on college and university campuses, Education as Transformation is a collection of twenty-eight essays written by a wide range of educators – including presidents, chancellors, deans, faculty members, administrators, religious life professionals, students, and other leaders in the field of education – on the themes of religious pluralism and spirituality in higher education. These essays provide scholarly analysis, practical information, and inspiration for those who agree that higher education can combine both head and heart in the teaching and learning process and in campus and community life. In seeking to articulate a new vision for higher education in America, the authors explore the possibility that both scholarship and spirituality are essential to fostering global learning communities and responsible global citizens who can address the challenges of a diverse world.