Silent Socratic Dialogue: Intuition and Embodied Ways of Knowing

“Other Ways of Knowing”

Last week, via the reading and the class presentation, you had an opportunity to think about the role of intuition and embodied learning/knowing in teaching.

What insights (small or big; practical or philosophical…) did you glean about intuition and/or embodied ways of knowing as it relates to YOUR practice?

Write for 3-4 minutes in silence. (Write legibly and please put your name on your paper; you will be handing this in to me after the activity.)

Trade your written response with a peer. After reading the response, each of you writes a question on your peer’s paper that asks the writer to clarify or expand the response in some way.

(continue a few cycles)

Idea for this activity was inspired by: http://teachingcommons.depaul.edu/Classroom_Activities/writing.html

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