Webcasts

Developing Human Potential

Course given at 2017 Summer School, translated into German, 8 parts.

  1. PART https://youtu.be/NamIm8CKdug
  2. PART https://youtu.be/f3MuGWcLUQ4
  3. PART https://youtu.be/Ao4tNP5ItrA
  4. PART https://youtu.be/dqql2kLz71A
  5. PART https://youtu.be/8mPkSEqD9fs
  6. PART https://youtu.be/qjvS3FZkcN0
  7. PART https://youtu.be/oFvWb04VQfM
  8. PART https://youtu.be/pEIJ3efFuII

Developing Human Potential (69-minute presentation with white board on my model of developing human potential that has been presented in various forms and forums around the world)

The Process of Becoming Your True Self (48-minute presentation with PowerPoint given at the International Forum on Integrated Education and Educational Reform, 10/04, Santa Cruz, CA.)

The Unfolding Pattern of Human Development (105-minute presentation with PowerPoint given at the Social and Economic Development Conference, 12/04, Orlando, FL)

Integral Psychology Lecture Series (Based on Ken Wilber’s book Integral PsychologyThese presentations were created for ED 504, Psychology of Education in 2004. You may view the PowerPoint and description of these webcasts by clicking here.

Integral Psychology 1: Note to Reader and  Chapters 1-2, Waves Lines and Streams (43-minute presentation with PowerPoint)

Integral Psychology 2: Chapters 3-4, The Self and Self Related Streams (45-minute presentation with PowerPoint)

Integral Psychology 3: Chapters 5-7, Integrating Premodern and Modern (31-minute presentation with PowerPoint)

Integral Psychology 4: Chapter 8, Archealogy of the Spirit (40-minute presentation with PowerPoint)

Integral Psychology 5: Chapter 9, Some Developmental Lines (19-minute presentation with PowerPoint)

Introduction to School of Education by Director

School of Education Introduction 1 (1-minute presentation by Dr. Clarken giving a message to prospective students, talking about the School of Ed at Northern Michigan University)

School of Education Introduction 2 (2-minute presentation by Dr. Clarken giving a message to prospective students, talking about majors offered to students)

Student Teaching

Administrators’ Forum for Student Teachers (60-minute presentation by Betty Burke-Codutti, Associate Superintendent of MARESA; Jon Hartwig, Superintendent of MAPS; and David Boase, Principal of Westwood HS, NICE District and Rod Clarken, Director of Field Experiences, NMU)

Overview of Guide to Student Teaching Supervision (35 minutes)

Presentation on Substitute Teaching (31-minute Further information on subbing for MARESA can be found on the NMU Student Teaching website)

Student Teaching Evaluation (73-minute presentation explaining the evaluation of student teaching, forms, and their meaning.

Student Teaching Orientation (50-minute presentation by Rod Clarken, Director of Field Experiences, and two student teachers: Aniya Dietz and Adam Gray)

Student Teaching Pre-Application Meeting (47-minute presentation with power point. Describing the student education process.)

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2 Responses to Webcasts

  1. Veda Rawhani says:

    I really enjoy reading the various papers you have presented. You are truely inspired. I browsed through your book and it looks interesting. I have one suggestion for the book, at one point you mention that the major world religions need to agree on some commom moral/values that can be incorporated in education. I don’t know if you have come across “The declaration of the parliament of world religions?”. It is quite a detailed document which shows the common values that the major religions agree on? I am doing my MEd investigating “The the values in the South African curriculum and if they are carried through in some text books”, and I am quoting some of your work.
    Thanks agian and hope you will carry on inspiring others.

    • rodclarken says:

      Veda,
      Sorry it has been three years since you posted and I have not responded. Thank you for your suggestions. I have retired and am volunteering trying to help the world. Wish you well.

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