Parker Palmer Videos Available Online
Center for the Enhancement of Teaching is proud to have hosted the visit
of Dr. Parker Palmer to the UNI campus on September 20, 2000.
Dr. Palmer is a writer, teacher, and activist who works independently on issues
in education, community, leadership, spirituality, and social change.
He travels widely giving workshops, lectures and retreats.
In 1998, based on a survey of 11,000
faculty and administrators, Dr. Palmer was named as one of the thirty "most
influential senior leaders" in higher education and one of the ten key "agenda-setters"
of the past decade. Along with over 100 essays and 10 poems,
Dr. Palmer has recently published widely read books such as The Active Life
(1999), The Courage to Teach (1998), and To Know As We Are Known (1993).
To view an online video of Dr. Palmer's
presentation, follow one of the links above. Two sessions are available
online: "Social Justice as a Theme in Higher Education," and "Honor Thy
Teacher: Educational Reform from the Inside Out." You will need Real
Player to view these videos; to download a copy, follow
this link to Real.com. We thank the
Center for Educational Technology for preparing the online format of these
Other Videos Available from the
Diagnosis (SGID)" is a video filmed by the Center for the Enhancement of
Teaching. It is designed to demonstrate this helpful feedback technique. Contact the Center to view or check out this video.
Development... Who Needs It?" was produced by Brigham Young University.
Contact the Center to view or check out this video.