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Calling forth the best

January 20, 2018 by


One of the most dramatic changes that any nurse educator can make is to enact a philosophy of “calling forth the best.”  I first realized the significance of this concept when I read Nel Noddings’ book Philosophy of Education,* in which she explored caring as a moral foundation for education.  In Noddings’ view, all people (including […]

Learning leadership using Peace and Power processes

January 9, 2018 by


Since experiencing Peace and Power as a pedagogy in my doctoral program, I had used it for some 15 years as model to inform my teaching.  But it wasn’t until I began teaching a leadership course that I saw the potential of Peace and Power as a leadership handbook and have blogged about that on […]