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The discovery of micro-moments of love and connection (even from strangers) and their impact on us at the biological/cellular level (Fredrickson, 2013), studies on how our body postures change our minds chemically and psychologically (Cuddy, 2012) and that appropriate stress is healthy for us (McGonigal, 2013), all feed into the social neuroscience of education (Cozolino 2013) which I contend allows us to dare greatly (Brown, 2012) as teachers and help students and teachers to be in love. Not necessarily in love with each other (although that is good too), but rather in love with learning, with life, with the environment around us! Amazingly enough, many of these things have been said in the past and are coded in our culture and art. Bringing these aspects of love into our classrooms is proving to be a game-changing phenomena – something accented recently by Sarah Bareilles in her song Brave (2013).

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I'm inlovepac murpheyplenary12713

  1. 1. Daring Greatly Being Brave, and Telling the World “You're in Love!” Tim Murphey at PAC@PALT2013 How your posture, words, and singing changes you! Mixing language education with anthropology, neuroscience, positive psychology, fun, etc. mitsmail1@gmail.com
  2. 2. This will be an interactive plenary. Please introduce yourself to people around you (Don't miss the chance to make a new friend!) Be prepared to move and sing and talk. Thank You
  3. 3. Daring Greatly Brene Brown
  4. 4. Brave By Sara Bareilles Honestly I want to see you be brave! Say what you want to say And Let the words fall out
  5. 5. Love 2.0 Barbara Fredrickson Positivity Resonance Micro-moments of love
  6. 6. SONG I’m Young Strong and Beautiful I’m living an adventure The world’s so fascinating It makes me want to (wanna) cry I want to cry to the world I want to fly all around I want to tell everybody I’m in love I’m in love x 3 I wanna tell everybody I’m in love
  7. 7. Amy Cuddy – TED.com pres Power Posing = increase in testosterone THE CONFIDENCE HORMONE YES! Small Posing = Increase in cortisone The STRESS HORMONE
  8. 8. Be the change (x3) you wish to see in the world I don’t serve my dear world by pretending to be Small, I’ll stand talk, I will stand tall. When you change Yourself, You change the world (Gandhi & MJackson)
  9. 9. I’M IN LOVE!
  10. 10. I’M IN LOVE!!!!
  11. 11. I’M IN LOVE!!!!
  12. 12. HomeWork For the Next 3months (or your whole life if you like) Anytime anyone asks you in any language How are You? You answer: "I'm in love!" OR "I'm young and strong &beautiful ..." and Sing as
  13. 13. SONG I’m Young Strong and Beautiful I’m living an adventure The world’s so fascinating It makes me want to (wanna) cry I want to cry to the world I want to fly all around I want to tell everybody I’m in love I’m in love x 3 I wanna tell everybody I’m in love (power posture and cry: "I'm in Love")
  14. 14. Preface,origin of my title, 1 Iterative Task (we just did it!) 4 Questions Some short Songs & short videos A Short Story of the last 6 million years Anthropology & Neuroscience Curiosity, Challenge, Play Altruism Love Imagination
  15. 15. SONG I’m Young Strong and Beautiful I’m living an adventure The world’s so fascinating It makes me want to (wanna) cry I want to cry to the world I want to fly all around I want to tell everybody I’m in love I’m in love x 3 I wanna tell everybody I’m in love (power posture and cry: "I'm in Love")
  16. 16. 1. Why did we stand up 6,000,000 years ago?
  17. 17. 2. Later, why did women start birthing earlier? 13 months >> 9 months 3. What changes did early birthing cause?
  18. 18. 4. Why is a turtle trying to fly more beautiful than a bird sitting in a tree ? Song
  19. 19. 2. Why did women start having babies earlier? Standing up made the birth canal narrower and walking provoked earlier birthings.
  20. 20. this is the exciting part! 3. What were the consequences of earlier birthing? AHH Babies were born, and still are, prematurely. The numbers of our species probably decreased dangerously for awhile Until caretakers learned to give them more attention. This meant that caretakers had a longer and harder job and had to spend more time with the babies. On the POSITIVE Side; Anthropologists hypothesize that the increased time together: A) Increased emotional bonding with caretakers B) Increased communication (the real beginning of parental babbling) C) And a more rapid development of cultures and communities, Midwives!! The Talking Twins. V#1 How are you?
  21. 21. SONG I’m Young Strong and Beautiful I’m living an adventure The world’s so fascinating It makes me want to (wanna) cry I want to cry to the world I want to fly all around I want to tell everybody I’m in love I’m in love x 3 I wanna tell everybody I’m in love (power posture and cry: "I'm in Love")
  22. 22. Robert Sapolsky Standford University Primatologist Neurologist Brain Scientist Social Critic   Stanford University Class Day Lecture (day before graduation) September 2009   How are you?
  23. 23. Anticipation of reward? (extrinsic) old “Agentive” and “In Control” (intrinsic) (Amabile, Pink,etc.)   when the success rate goes down to 50% , it adds the element of challenge and FLOW and mystery to agency.   25% -- too depressing   /  75% --too easy still    “ God grant that my desire will always exceed my accomplishments.” Michaelangelo   Striving brings out the best in us. May our desire always exceed our grasp. Super rich less happy.     How are you?
  24. 24. Ethan the Laughing Baby 笑う男の子、イーサン as of April 27, 2010 /   2010 年 4 月 27 日   Hits / ヒット数  : 34,233,733 http://www.youtube.com/user/mitsmurphey#p/a/f/0/cXXm696UbKY Task Based Bonding Affiliation V#2
  25. 25. “Mirror Neurons”   Ramachandran TED.com    “ The neurons that Shaped Civilization” ミラー・ニューロン / ラマチャンドラン TED.com “ 文明を成形した細胞” 75,000-100,000 years ago: Tool Use, Fire , Shelter Imitation Emulation Empathy 7万5千年から10万年前 道具 火、隠れ家、模倣、競争、共感などの道具を使う S&V# 3 “I like your shirt Mirror Neurons and Dopamine Rushes Early Agency Imitation Near Peer Role Modeling End of line 4 surprise How are you?
  26. 26. SONG I’m Young Strong and Beautiful I’m living an adventure The world’s so fascinating It makes me want to (wanna) cry I want to cry to the world I want to fly all around I want to tell everybody I’m in love I’m in love x 3 I wanna tell everybody I’m in love (power posture and cry: "I'm in Love")
  27. 27. Darwin Kropotkin Suvival of the Fittest Vs Playfulness Altruism & Collaboration
  28. 28. The Power of Play to Bridge Social Capital
  29. 29. Bonding social capital Bridging social capital… As Putnam and Feldstein put it: “A society that has only bonding social capital will be segregated into mutually hostile camps. So a pluralistic democracy requires lots of bridging social capital, not just the bonding variety.” [in Tim’s words Diversity Peering]. How are you?
  30. 30. Steven Johnson (TED.com) Where Good Ideas Come From 1650, the age of the Enlightenment Going from alcohol >to tea and coffee>Liquid Networks Café space storying / languaging in Present Communities Of Imagination “Chance favors the connected mind” .” How are you?
  31. 31. Cognitive Surplus Clay Shirky Today& Tomorrow’s Possibilities 50,000 500,000 3,000,000 6,000,000 years ago We stood up! Many people are using their cognitive surplus to help others in need. This is what I am calling ALTRUISTIC AGENCY. Wikip.GraminBanks, NGOs, …
  32. 32. •Numbers of NGO/NPO in Japan Red is the number of NGO/NPOs in Japan. Purple is the number of NGO/NPOs that are accredited by the government. Reference: Japan NPO Center (2006) @ http://www.jnpoc.ne.jp/ In 7 years from a few hundred to a few thousand.
  33. 33.    Girl Effect V#4 Challenge to follow the story linguistically. Challenge to grasp the message. Challenge to give something of yourself to the world. Providing AGENCY for others. Altruistic Giving= hope for the world Change yourself, and you change the world. (Hans Rosling - Bangladesh) 37
  34. 34. Case Study: LLH, Analyses Reports, & Video V# 5 Summary- The real voice of japanese students ケーススタディ: LLH 、 分析レポート&ビデオ概要   日本人学生の生の声 >
  35. 35. SONG I’m Young Strong and Beautiful I’m living an adventure The world’s so fascinating It makes me want to (wanna) cry I want to cry to the world I want to fly all around I want to tell everybody I’m in love I’m in love x 3 I wanna tell everybody I’m in love (power posture and cry: "I'm in Love")
  36. 36. I’M IN LOVE!
  37. 37. I’M IN LOVE!!!!
  38. 38. I’M IN LOVE!!!!
  39. 39. SEND ME YOUR VIDEOS and PICTURES OF YOU & Others  CRYING “I’M IN LOVE”  IN INTERESTING PLACES  PUBLIC SPACES  Send to:  mitsmail1@ gmail.com
  40. 40. Curiosity > Challenge > Play > Belonging & Altruism > Love > Imagination The greatest madness   The greatest sadness   Is to see life only as it really is And not as it could really be Reality is desperately in need of   Imagination (Cervantes, Man of la Mancha) song5 Imagination feeds our agency in
  41. 41. Why is a turtle trying to fly more beautiful than a bird sitting in a tree ?
  42. 42. Books to GET Love 2.0 The Social Neuroscience of Education Appreciative Inquiry in Higher Education Thank you! Brene Brown & Sara Bareilles Gandhi and Michael J.
  43. 43. SEND ME YOUR VIDEOS and PICTURES OF YOU & Others  CRYING “I’M IN LOVE”  IN INTERESTING PLACES  PUBLIC SPACES  Send to:  mitsmail1@ gmail.com

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