A Pedagogy of Deep Listening in E-Learning

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Journal of Conscious Evolution, ISSN: 1555-9262, Vol: 11, Issue: 11, Page: 2

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Laryea, Kerri
complexity theory; computer-mediated communication; deep listening; e - learning; embodiment; epistemology; intersubjectivity; online education; transdisciplinarity; transformative learning theory; Clinical Psychology; Cognition and Perception; Cognitive Psychology; Critical and Cultural Studies; Family, Life Course, and Society; Gender, Race, Sexuality, and Ethnicity in Communication; Liberal Studies; Social and Cultural Anthropology; Social and Philosophical Foundations of Education; Social Psychology; Sociology of Culture; Sociology of Religion; Transpersonal Psychology
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This paper examines deep listening as a pedagogy in 21st century online education. The topic is situated in the intersubjectivity of computer-mediated communication in learning environments that foster transformative experiences. The transdisciplinary orientation of the paper includes the complex and overlapping lenses through which multiple ways of teaching, learning, and knowing are viewed and experienced in the context of fostering transformation in online education in a time of rapid growth in technological innovation, globalization, and significant environmental change. It transcends an individual disciplinary research and focus, bridging epistemologies to consider the felt sense of deep listening in the educator’s role.