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Spirituality and science education as shared praxis

@inproceedings{Jane2007SpiritualityAS,
  title={Spirituality and science education as shared praxis},
  author={B. Jane},
  year={2007}
}
Beverley Jane Monash University Abstract Science and spirituality each bring a different perspective to the concerns of the world. Parker Palmer recognized the importance of developing the inner life of students, but secular education overlooks this aspect. In this paper I argue, from a sociocultural perspective, for spirituality and science education as shared praxis. On an individual level, this partnership requires students to be attentive and take notice of their experiences. On an… Expand
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