VOLUME 2 – ISSUE 5, DEC 2021
Video interview with Arden Henley by Chris Kinman
In this excerpt of his interview with Chris Kinman, Arden Henley talks about the origins and early days of GTEC. The interview is a part of Kinman’s Communal Practices series of interviews with leading practitioners.
Comments & Reflections
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ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Chris Kinman is the Lead Counsellor at the Foundry in Penticton, BC. And Associate Professor at City University in Canada. Chris’ ground-breaking doctoral dissertation at Simon Fraser University entitled the river carries that which the mountains cannot hold sketched out a new methodology of understanding the relationship between the mind and the natural world. In addition to Chris’ interview of Arden Henley in this issue the salmon and mountain lion paintings are his work.
Mary Kean recently retired from practicing couple and family counseling in Vancouver and teaching in the City U Canada, Masters of Counseling Program which she assisted in founding. Formerly a faculty member of the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetry at Naropa University, Mary’s publications include a book of poems entitled Critical Minutes. She was anthologized in Beneath a Single Moon, a collection of contemporary Buddhist poetry introduced by Gary Snyder.
Dr. Scott is an Associate Professor in the Albright School of Education at City University in Canada and an Adjunct Professor in the Faculty of Education at Simon Fraser University. Research and writing interests include dialogue and relationality; contemplative inquiry and practice; curriculum, pedagogy, and assessment; and the aims of education.
Arden Henley is the founding chair and present executive director of the Green tTechnology Education Centre. He is a past Vice President of City University in Canada and Principal of Canadian Programs. Arden has a BA from McMaster, an MA from Duquesne in Pittsburgh and a Doctorate in Education Leadership from SFU.
Bill Stovin is a retired journalist with a long career at CBC-TV and radio and in private radio as well as a former communications director in government.
Ross has enjoyed a 30-year career as a librarian at post-secondary institutions in Canada, the U.S. and the South Pacific. Most recently he served for eight years as Library Director at Mount Royal College in Calgary, leading the library’s transition to university status. In retirement Ross maintains an active interest in literature, travel and the performing arts.