The Spiritual and Creative SelfOctober 27-November 14
Spiritual and Creative Self goals:
a. To recognize that identity is a dynamic linkage between being created and creating
b. To understand that creativity is linked to cultural factors and skill development
c. To seek possible links between the spiritual and creative identity
d. To create an artistic composition which can extend identity expression beyond language
Spiritual and Creative Self skills: Analysis, Comparison and Causation
and Creative Self Assignments:
Nov 14 - In class exam
Nov 3- Team Project- New Creation Myth
Nov 12 - Create and display a draft home page expressing self
|Generalization: Human identity is in part
constructed by storytelling.
Oct 29 Analyze Nelson, " The Psychological and Social
Origins of Autobiographical Memory"
Generalization: The "humanness" of identity is often expressed in the spiritual and creative realms.
Oct 27 Compare Creation Myths and Swimme, "The Universe
is a Green Dragon"
Generalization: Creativity and spirituality are the bases of differences in identity.
Nov 3 Compare Western concepts with those in Lao-tzu,
"Thirty Spokes"and "Man of Highest Power"
Generalization: Creativity and Spirituality Develop Throughout One’s Life.
Nov 10 Analyze Maslow, "Defense and Growth"