Next session – Tuesday, July 11, 12:10-12:40
*** NO MEETING Tu, July 4 ***
Join Reedies in silent meditation each week between 12:10 and 12:40. Sit down and join in whenever you want. Stay as long as you like.
Summer location: Library 221 (see blog post).
This event is open to everyone: members of the Reed community and campus visitors.
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This livescience.com news item caught my eye (‘Can You ‘Catch’ Stress in a Classroom? Science Says Yes’ by S.G. Miller, livescience.com, 27 June 2016) Head lice and strep throat aren’t the only things you can catch in a classroom. According … finish reading Contagious Stress
My picture of a social education activist is someone with high ideals, a person who lives their life according to principles that can serve as an example to us. This rosy picture, however, hides the high costs that can accompany … finish reading Avoiding Burnout on the Picket Line
Here are my top picks from the Feb ’16 issue of the Mindfulness Research Monthly newsletter, a publication of the American Mindfulness Research Association (AMRA). The newsletter lists several interesting articles describing the effects of mindfulness interventions on military personnel. My top picks include studies of … finish reading Is Mindfulness Useful? – Feb ’16 Updates
Here are my top picks from the January ’16 issue of the Mindfulness Research Monthly newsletter, a publication of the American Mindfulness Research Association (AMRA). Several articles describe how mindfulness interventions affect student stress and teacher burnout. Another article that might interest those … finish reading Is Mindfulness Useful? – Jan ’16 Updates
The American Mindfulness Research Association (AMRA) publishes a monthly newsletter called the Mindfulness Research Monthly that lists recent research publications and studies. Quite a few of these research investigations bear on issues that might be interesting to members of the … finish reading Is Mindfulness Useful? Dec ’15 Updates