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Contemplative Practices and Education: Making Peace in Ourselves and in the World - A National Conference at Teachers College - February 13 - 15

by Clifford Hill - November 01, 2004

We must first make peace in ourselves if we are to make peace in the world.—The Dalai Lama


The conference will feature national leaders such as Jon Kabat-Zinn who are seeking to transform education through the use of practices that create greater mindfulness in students. Those who attend the conference will be invited to submit manuscripts for a special issue of the Teachers College Record on contemplative practices and education. Details about manuscript submission will be distributed at the conference. We are especially interested in receiving manuscripts that focus on the use of innovative practices in educational settings.


We hope that you will be able to join us for what promises to be a remarkable gathering.


For information on the conference program and registration, please visit:





Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: November 01, 2004
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 11396, Date Accessed: 10/20/2021 9:54:59 PM

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  • Clifford Hill
    Teachers College, Columbia University
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    CLIFFORD HILL is the Arthur I. Gates Professor of Language and Education Emeritus at Teachers College, Columbia University. He has written various articles and books that deal with language and literacy assessment, most notably Children and Reading Tests and From Testing to Assessment: English as an International Language. Another major area of Dr. Hill’s research is concerned with how language represents space and time. This research has been funded by international research institutes, such as the Max Planck Institut für Psycholinguistik and the Institut Nationale de Recherches Pédagogiques. His publications in this area have been translated into other languages. He currently directs a research project on digitally based assessment, jointly funded by the College Board, Teachers College, Columbia University, and the Office of Educational Research and Improvement (OERI) in the U.S. Department of Education.
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