An Example of Integral Pedagogy

Lynne FeldmanArticle, Cognitive, Education, Education, Journal of Integral Theory & Practice 5 Comments

Based on Integral Theory, the practice of Integral Education is emerging as a viable and practical discipline. This article demonstrates how an instructor can begin to operate within the AQAL framework by first focusing on the quadrants. Detailed examples of using the quadrants as a pedagogical tool are provided in the context of a senior high school sociology course. In addition, the role of an Integral educator is explored in the context of Integral practices they might employ based on the four quadrants. Although the article presents an application of the AQAL framework within a high school curriculum, the Integral principles in use are instructive for other educational settings using an Integral approach.

Lynne Feldman

About Lynne Feldman

Lynne Feldman, MA, JD, is a New Jersey-based lawyer, teacher, and chaplain. Her book Integral Healing tells the story of her recovery from two forms of life-threatening cancer, and outlines her unique integral approach to healing.