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Curriculum and Instruction
P. Bruce Uhrmacher
Ancestral knowledge, Consciousness, Learning, Reincarnation, Teaching, Whole learning
This phenomenological study explores the essence of ancestral knowledge from a belief in reincarnation and consciousness, as it relates to the lived experiences of diverse educational professionals, and its contribution to their growth and development. The study investigates the lived experiences of adult educators from four distinct teaching and learning environments: applied metaphysics, Buddhism, anthroposophy, and Indigenous. All participants maintain a practicing belief in reincarnation, consciousness, and ancient and/or esoteric knowledge. The present study sought to understand how this knowledge influenced and impacted educator growth and development, and examined overlaps in teaching and learning.
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Chapman, C. Capucine, "The Essence of Reincarnation and Consciousness as a Gateway into Teaching and Learning" (2021). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 1901.
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C. Capucine Chapman
Education, Educational philosophy, Adult education