U of I Speaker Series Shares Tips on Profound Learning
February 11, 2019
BOISE, Idaho — Feb. 11, 2019 — How to make life more meaningful and how to immerse into daily living to make it more profound will be the subject of "Embedding Profundity into Learning and Living" during the next University of Idaho Vandal Voices on Thursday, Feb. 21, in Boise.
Michael Kroth and Davin Carr-Chellman from the U of I College of Education, Health and Human Sciences will discuss profound learning, the act of learning from experiences that have an impact on a person’s view of the world, during the presentation at 5 p.m. Thursday, Feb 21, at the River Room at Whole Foods, 401 S. Broadway St., Boise.
Kroth and Carr-Chellman will ask participants to immerse themselves into what is most important in life, what has lasting value, and what will contribute to making everything they do more meaningful. During the session, participants will spend time thinking about the important questions of life and ideas about how to explore them.
Vandal Voices is a bi-monthly speaker series sponsored by the University of Idaho Boise. The series is designed to inform and engage Idahoans in the Treasure Valley about research and educational topics.
The event is free and open to the public. Space is limited and admission is on a first-come, first-served basis.
An April Vandal Voices will focus on creating and managing a social media platform to build communities. That discussion will be presented by Diana DeJesus from the U of I Boise College of Law and founder of the Boise Bucket List on Instagram . An exact time and location for the April talk will be announced at a later date.
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