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Education for Spiritual and Material prosperity

Due to limited spaces available for this pilot course, it will remain closed to the public (updated 6/20/23).

Social Transformation
10 weeks
Weekly Study
4 to 6 HOURS
Jun 21-Aug 29
Register By
June 26, 2023
Fee: (Pilot) $25 with discount code

In the Education for Spiritual and Material Prosperity course, participants will gain an academic and experiential appreciation of the centrality of education in building a prosperous society. During the course participants will walk with a local educational endeavor to apply learning through dialogue and collective reflection. Within the experience gained, participants will consider education founded upon a nobility-based approach to students, how multiple ways of knowing and being nourish material and spiritual aspirations, how capacity building relates to community building, and how academic and grassroots endeavors can be mutually beneficial. Participants engage in learning to read the reality of educational systems as they build a pedagogy of social transformation in response to local and global trends in education.

Meet Your Faculty
Tanja Sargent, PhD
Associate Professor and Director of the EdD Program at Rutgers University Graduate School of Education

I am an Associate Professor and Director of the EdD Program at Rutgers University Graduate School of Education in New Jersey. I am also the coordinator of the Education, Culture and Society Masters Program. My academic research has focused largely on education issues in China.  I am now the co-editor... See Faculty Bio

Justin Scoggin, PhD

As Chief Academic Officer of the Wilmette Institute Justin has helped develop learning outcomes for community and credit-bearing courses and programs and helped align them to the current set of global Plans. Justin is currently exploring pedagogical principles for online learning coherent with the learning outcomes. Justin worked with FUNDAEC... See Faculty Bio

Ymasumac Marañón Davis, PhD candidate
Educational Consultant/Writer/Intuitive Healing

My name is Ymasumac Marañón Davis, though people call me Yma! Ymasumac is a Quechua Indian name from Bolivia. My father is a Bolivian of Quechua descent, my mother is from New England, and her ancestors, of English and Irish ancestry, came around the same time as the pilgrims. We... See Faculty Bio

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