September E-news: Dialogue Nights Recap, Ethical Schools Podcast, and More!

Jay Owen Global Citizen

 

 

Exploring and Encouraging the Practice of Self-Love

 

 

On Friday, August 13th, we hosted our third virtual Dialogue Nights of the year! Called “A Conversation on Self-Love: What We Need Now,” the topic proved to be a necessary and important one for the participants. The 38 college students and young professionals from five countries in attendance discussed what self-love really means, how we can practice it more, and why true self-love is so important for our world right now.

Click here to read the full event recap or watch some highlights from the event at our YouTube page!

 

Ethical Schools Podcast Episode with

Isabel Nuñez and Jason Goulah

 

 

Isabel Nuñez and Jason Goulah, editors of Hope and Joy in Education: Engaging Daisaku Ikeda Across Curriculum and Context, were featured in a recent episode of the Ethical Schools podcast! They sat down with the hosts, Amy Halpern-Laff and Jon Moscow, for a conversation on themes from the book and also discussed Mr. Ikeda’s belief that education should first and foremost engender happiness and instill habits of global citizenship. They also talk about implications for teachers’ classroom practice.?

Listen to the episode, “The power of happiness: A Buddhist approach to secular education” on the Ethical Schools Podcast website or wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts!

 

Hope and Joy in Education Virtual Book Talk

 

 

As we leap into the school year, the Harvard Graduate School of Education (Gutman Library) will be hosting editors Isabel Nuñez and Jason Goulah to discuss Hope and Joy in Education: Engaging Daisaku Ikeda Across Curriculum and Context. Tune in to learn more about the book, what it was like to work on this project amidst the challenges of 2020, and why its message of hope and joy is so important now!

 

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