Jung and the Language Classroom

Akita JALT Chapter Meeting and Presentation

Saturday, March 23, 2019

Presenter:  Prof. Patrick Dougherty, Ed.D.

Abstract:

Dr. Carl Jung is best known as a psychiatrist and psychoanalyst and as the founder of analytical psychology.   What is not as widely known is that his work has impacted education. Specifically, his work led to the foundation and development of archetypal pedagogy (Mayes, 2005).  This presentation will give the attendees background on Jung, archetypal pedagogy, and its implications, both practical and theoretical, for the language classroom.

 

About the Presenter:

Patrick Dougherty is a Professor of International Liberal Arts and the Director of the English for Academic Purposes Program at Akita International University, Japan.  He holds a Master of Arts in History and a Master of Education from Northern Arizona University, and a Master of Arts in Applied Linguistics from the University of Southern Queensland.  Additionally, he holds a Doctorate of Education in Administration from Northern Arizona University.  He has been an educator for 30 years, working in North America, the Middle East, and Asia.  For fourteen of those years he worked as a high school teacher in the US and Japan.

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