AEPL is dedicated to increasing the dialogue about non-traditional learning methods and alternative pedagogies. We welcome members and non-members alike to subscribe to and participate in our blog by not only sharing news of interest to our followers but also by contributing to our “Sunday Meditation” series wherein we will examine pedagogical and theoretical topics of interest to our constituency.
If you are a member or even just a follower of AEPL, we urge you to contact us about guest blogging. Blogs are a great space to parse through pedagogical questions or to think through research ideas; both practical and more theoretical topics are invited here.
Blog topics should converge with traditional AEPL interests, including but not limited to: aesthetic, emotional, and moral intelligence; archetypes; body wisdom; care in education; creativity; felt sense theory; healing; holistic learning; humanistic and transpersonal psychology; imaging; intuition; kinesthetic knowledge; contemplative pedagogy; meditation; narration as knowledge; reflective teaching; silence; spirituality; and visualization.
A new “Sunday Meditation” blog post goes live the last Sunday of each month.