6 edition of Teachers" everyday use of imagination and intuition found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 201-210) and index.
|Statement||Virginia M. Jagla.|
|Series||SUNY series, teacher preparation and development, SUNY series in teacher preparation and development.|
|LC Classifications||LB1025.3 .J34 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||218 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||218|
|ISBN 10||0791420973, 0791420981|
|LC Control Number||93042684|
7 happiness Marked by good fortune, enjoyment, and satisfaction. health An overall condition of optimal well-being. imagination The ability to form a mental image or con- cept of something that does not yet exist or is not pres-ently perceived. intellect The mental faculty of discernment. intuition The innate ability to directly perceive (or know) independent of the senses. A masterful teacher committed to strengthening intuition in our daily lives, she is the best-selling author of ten books and numerous audio editions. A highly trained intuitive, with extensive background in the mysticism of East and West, Sonia was educated at the University of Denver and at the Sorbonne in Paris, and holds a Ph.D. in metaphysics.
Another key difference between imagination and intuition is that imagination is an active process and intuition is a passive process. When you’re imagining something, the imagination is exerting itself actively. Whereas intuition is what you get when you clear the mind, through meditation, and you make yourself a conduit. You become passive. Meet the essence gatherer. Living in solitude in a driftwood cabin in the dunes, she enters the magic transformation of mythopoetic experience, and is shown the way to compile a personal Book of Secrets. But when imagination and intuition meet in the dunes, things aren't always as they seem. Drifting sands cover and uncover events, treasures, and memories.
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This book offers a provocative look at the significant roles that imagination and intuition play in the daily operation of teachers' classrooms. The author explores the idea of creativity in education as it relates to being spontaneousCited by: Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Jagla, Virginia M., Teachers' everyday use of imagination and intuition.
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Summary This book offers a provocative look at the significant roles that imagination and intuition play in the daily operation of teachers' classrooms. The author explores the idea of creativity in education as it relates to being spontaneous, open, confident, experienced, and familiar.
Jagla's first published book, Teachers’ Everyday Use of Imagination and Intuition: In Pursuit of the Elusive Image, was published in Encouraging Imagination and Creativity in the Teaching Profession MORWENNA GRIFFITHS University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom ABSTRACT In this article it is argued that an important task of career-long teacher education is the encouragement of imagination and creativity in experienced teachers.
The task implies a reversal of the. This essay reports on an attempt to use ideas about imagination in teaching and learning as the central theme of the first semester of a one‐year teacher education program in British Columbia.
In pursuit of the elusive image: An inquiry into teachers’ everyday use of imagination and intuition. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Illinois, Chicago. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Illinois, Chicago.
The authors in this book acknowledge diverse theoretical and practical allegiances, but they concur that imagination will play an essential role in the building of new foundations for education in. An Inquiry Into Teachers'Everyday Use of Imagination and Intuition" (doctoral dissertation, University of Illinois at Chicago, ), Man E.
Koerner, 'Teachers' Images of Their Work A Descriptive Study" (doctoral dissertation, University of Illinois at Chicago, ). Rather, it is teacher- centred simply in the sense of being a book designed for teachers, and it will be looking at the classroom and students' learning and imagination from a teachers' viewpoint.
If I emphasize teaching and planning for teaching, and so on, this is not to imply that I consider no other activity has a proper place in the classroom. The point is, you listened to your instincts and made your decision, including intuition and benefitting from it, without worrying about the logical reasons why.
But let's not stop there. Abstract. This chapter outlines the practicalities and potentialities of Imaginative Education (IE) for the development of ethical character. The planning frameworks and theoretical grounds of Imaginative Education, as developed by Kieran Egan, offer a workable and effective pedagogical method for the implementation of Values Education.
Follow Virginia M. Jagla and explore their bibliography from 's Virginia M. Jagla Author Page. They get knowledge without imagination. Not only does intuition go undeveloped, many math and science teachers do not give credit to answers (even though they may be correct) that are not.
Sven Birkerts says in a School Library Journal article: “Imagination feeds reading, especially the reading of novels and poetry, and imagination is in turn fed by the life encoded on the page.” InChina convened the first party-approved.
The Difference Between Intuition and Imagination. Ahh, this is such a puzzle and one of great debate. When you first delve into discovering and playing with your inner senses and the realm beyond, you probably discount anything that you receive and attribute it to your imagination running wild.
Books Music Art & design Children learn best when they use their imagination My love of games continued into adulthood and when I became a teacher I wanted to use. On a more practical level, it corresponds well with the ‘‘everyday uses of imagination and intuition’’ that Virginia Jagla explored with a group of eight exceptional teachers in Chicago ().
There is much to be said for making such a conception central to our images of effective teaching. Human consciousness is also undergoing a major shift – away from exclusively materialistic and mechanistic concerns towards enhanced spirituality. Individuals are moving beyond raw emotion and pure intellectualism towards a wider perception of the universe – developing new faculties of imagination, inspiration and intuition.
Slowly you begin to uncross your legs. You open your eyes and come back to the present moment. You’ve just finished a 30 minute meditation session.
The most obvious similarity is that both The Color Purple and "Everyday Use" centralize Black women and reveal how their lives can, and often do,Maggie, and Mama are characters who.Teachers’ Everyday Use of Imagination and Intuition Ginny Jagla Come feel how teachers use their imaginations and intui-tions daily.
Experience the use of your own imagination not as merely a ―heady‖ endeavor, but in conjunction with kinesthetic experience.
Share your experiences with oth-ers and hear from those in and outside the workshop.