Join an Online Summer Journal Club About the Psychology of Awe & Wonder and the Implications for Education

This summer, I’m devoting time to exploring research on the psychology of awe and wonder, and the implications for education. I’ve decided to invite others along for part of this exploration. I’m doing this by scheduling 5 real-time online events where we will each read a provided journal article or piece of research that and gather online to discuss it. Meetings will be at 11:00 AM CT on 5 different dates: May 30, June 6, June 13, June 20, and June 27. If there is a large group of people who are interested, I will set it up as a fish bowl conversation where 3-5 people can take turns being on the hot seats, while others can listen and participate via chat. Or, when someone has something to say, they can just jump into one of the hot seats and speak up. If it is a small group, then we can set it up pretty much like a virtual round table discussino.

I’m hoping to make this a lively, substantive, and relevant collection of conversations. However, be ready for some meaty readings/research articles and discussion. If this sounds like something that you want to participate in, simply click on the link below to join a mailing list. Or, perhaps none of the dates work for you, but you want to stay informed. You are more than welcome to fill out the form as well. Then you will get emails that are sent to other attendees, including any recaps of the meetings.

Sign Up for the Mailing List and/or to Select Specific Days That You Plan to Attend

Filling out the form will add you to the mailing list so that I can follow up with details about the readings, how to connect, and other news about the journal club. You can unsubscribe at any time by clicking the unsubscribe option at the bottom of an emails/notifications that you receive from the mailing list.

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About Bernard Bull

Dr. Bernard Bull is an author, professor of education, Vice Provost of Curriculum and Academic Innovation; as well as Founder and CEO of Birdhouse Learning Labs. Some of his books include Missional Moonshots: Insights and Inspiration for Educational Innovation, What Really Matters: Ten Critical Issues in Contemporary Education, The Pedagogy of Faith (editor), Adventures in Self-Directed Learning, and Digitized: Spiritual Implications of Technology. He is passionate about futures in education; educational innovation; and social entrepreneurship.

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