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“Teach me what I do not see”

Diane Tolomeo

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Diane Tolomeo

Diane Tolomeo lives in Victoria, British Columbia where she is a happily retired professor of English. She holds a PhD in English Literature from Princeton University.

In confusing times of rapidly changing ideas about everything , how and why do we keep learning? In this talk, Diane shares her experience of learning, teaching and meditation to suggest how we can find comfort and growth in uncertainty, and, like the psalmist, make it a habit to say “lead me in your way and teach me”.

Date

Feb 28 2023

Time

French time
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Location

Online

Conducted via Zoom or live-stream.

Category

In confusing times of rapidly changing ideas about everything , how and why do we keep learning? What is learning for? Can we also embrace the remaking of our minds in how we think about education. Is a contemplative mind better able to learn from uncertainty and self-questioning, rather than merely search for data and answers? Is it possible to teach ambiguity?

In this talk, Diane shares her experience of learning, teaching and meditation to suggest how we can find comfort and growth in uncertainty, and, like the psalmist, make it a habit to say “lead me in your way and teach me”.

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£200
£ 140
  • Register for full series (get 10 talks for the price of 7))
  • All sessions include a led meditation
  • Time to interact with the speakers
  • Lifetime access to recordings (single sessions registrations give 1 year access)

The prices reflect the need to achieve self sufficiency. Therefore if you’re able to give a little more we would be very grateful. If you need a concession please let us know. We do not turn anybody away for lack of resource.

Diane Tolomeo

Leader

Diane Tolomeo

Diane Tolomeo lives in Victoria, British Columbia where she is a happily retired professor of English. She holds a PhD in English Literature from Princeton University.

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