Spirituality and education, heritage, Borikén, caribbean, spirit, healing, ancestors, boricua, voice, journey, disconnection, sacred, non-violence, otherness, wholeness colonization
Conventional education teaches and reinforces disconnection from ourselves and disengagement from the world. This presentation considers power, privilege, and the act of listening in educational settings and identity development and explores the importance of holistic education for transforming self and society. Through a personal journey that interweaves the complexities of colonial history, heritage and identity with spirit and healing; we invite all to engage inwardly with the suffering implicit in our existence in order to reconnect with the wholeness that enables our shared journey towards healing.
Malley Campos, G. (2018). Education for wholeness: la womb de mi labor. Summit to Salish Sea: Inquiries and Essays, 3(1). Retrieved from https://cedar.wwu.edu/s2ss/vol3/iss1/6
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Environmental education; Holistic education; Spirituality; Transformative learning; Taino Indians
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