Next session – Tuesday, Dec 12, 12:10-12:40
Join Reedies in silent meditation in Eliot 419 each week between 12:10 and 12:40. Sit down – join in – any time you want. Stay as long as you like.
This event is open to everyone: members of the Reed community and campus visitors.
>> WEAR EXTRA LAYERS – the chapel has only modest heat
- just sitting
Tag Archives: teachers
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
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 Association for Contemplative Mind in Higher Education (ACMHE) provides resources covering a range of topics related to contemplative practices in higher ed. I’ve listed some of these resources at the bottom of this post. You might also be interested … finish reading Workshop News: Contemplative Practices in Higher Ed
There is an ever-expanding scientific literature on the impact of meditation, especially mindfulness meditation, on health care professionals and their patients. This work is now spilling over into the academic arena. The August 2015 issue of the Mindfulness Research Monthly … finish reading Emerging science: Meditation for teachers
Spring Break has finally arrived. Indeed, several colleagues have told me, “it’s one week late.” Apparently, a lot of us teach, work, and live, in ways that are stretched so tight that a small schedule change can barely be tolerated. … finish reading Mindfulness for Teachers