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The Teacher's Vocation

Nurturing the Imagination of Others
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A fascinating and inspiring talk on seeing the imagination by poet David Whyte
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Educating children is not simply about preparing them to succeed in a career or make their car payment. Rather, education should include nurturing the field of imagination that lives in each one of us. With his unique combination of poetry and insightful commentary, David gives a fascinating and inspiring talk on seeing the imagination as our surest compass as we move through life.

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Contents Digital Audio (1 hour, 4 minutes)
Product Code AS01797W
ISBN Number 978-1-93288-703-7
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David Whyte

About David Whyte

David Whyte grew up among the hills and valleys of Yorkshire, England. A captivating speaker with a compelling blend of poetry and insightful commentary, David Whyte is one of the few poets to take his perspectives on creativity into the field of organizational development, where he works with a diverse international clientele. An associate fellow of the Said Business School at the University of Oxford, he holds a degree in marine zoology and is the recipient of an honorary degree from Neumann College in Pennsylvania. He has traveled extensively including working as a naturalist guide and leading anthropological and natural history expeditions in the Galapagos, the Andes, and the Himalayas. He brings this wealth of experience to his poetry, his lectures, and his workshops.


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I came across this years ago and was galvanized by its wisdom for teachers. In my opinion, it's a treatise on teaching and its fundamental assumption that teaching is both occupation AND vocation should be instilled into every teacher's approach to teaching children. Get it... you won't regret it.

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