Teaching And Learning For Wholeness: The Role Of Archetypes In Educational Processes

Teaching And Learning For Wholeness: The Role Of Archetypes In Educational Processes

Teaching and Learning for Wholeness: The Role of Archetypes in Educational Processes

In Teaching for Wholeness, Clifford Mayes continues to expand the horizons of Jungian pedagogy, a movement that draws upon the thought of Carl Jung and Jungian scholars to address crucial educational issues and define new ones. Mayes leads readers through an analysis of Freudian and post-Freudian psychology in educational theory and practice, an examination of the epistemological foundations of Jungian thought, and a demonstration of how Jungian psychology can uniquely help teachers reflect deeply upon their roles as educators.

About the Author
Clifford Mayes, Ph.D., Psy.D., is a professor of educational psychology in BYU’s McKay School of Education. Considered the founder of archetypal pedagogy, Mayes has written nine other books and forty scholarly articles on the intersection of education, culture, and spirit.

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