This is a wiki to collect and share information on contemplative pedagogy used in college-level mathematics. Although college math is the target classroom some, perhaps most, of the activities will also be relevant to K-12 math classes, and adaptable to non-math classes.
We need contributors to make this work. If you are a college math professor with experience using contemplative pedagogy in your courses, please consider contributing!
Activities are divided and tagged using a classification roughly based on one used in the book Contemplative Pedagogy in Higher Education, by Daniel Barbezat and Mirabai Bush.
Categories of activities:
Reading & Writing
Essences & Beholding
On January 8, 2016, we organized a day-long contributed paper session at the Joint Mathematics Meetings, titled Contemplative Pedagogy and Mathematics. Visit this page for information on speakers, talk abstracts, and slides.
At any time, you can access the home page, pages sorted by category, and a list of authors by using the right sidebar navigation.
This site is maintained by Luke Wolcott at the University of Southern California. If you have any questions or comments, please email me at email@example.com.