those spaces in between life, thinking, the physical world, and humanity
Discuss how thinking in the interstitial space also requires and supports neural pathway development–the more you think across ideas, the more neural pathways you’ll develop and use. Similar to how you develop neural pathways through bi-lateral movement, like in yoga.
I wrote a paper about this a while ago…need to dig up…this vide is not the most exciting but it’s a springboard. Also connects to the need to ask the purpose of what we’re teaching before we teach it–if we’re not going to reflect up on it, integrate it, reuse it, etc., why teach it? I talk about this when I talk about the importance of reflection in my classes. Maybe this will develop into a blogpost for my certificate blog!