So Much to Do, So Little Time

With the start of a new school year teachers are off and running, managing busy days with students, busy lives at home, busy weekends trying to “catch up” with all that needs to be tended to. Where in the mix can they find simple and effective ways to care for themselves?

Mindfully Adding Mindfulness to Your Agenda

In series of articles on the blog, Education’s Voice, principal Tammie Prince has created a “to do” list of steps for cultivating a more mindful life. In offering tips on how to make time for yourself, she shares wisdom that is useful for all of us. Her suggestions are important reminders to embrace not just at back-to-school time, but in our day-to-day lives as well.

Mindfulness In Education: A Practice for Teachers and Students

If you’re interested in delving deeper into the topic of Mindfulness and its application in your own life — both in the classroom and out — join Eduspire instructor Mara Linaberger for her powerful course, The Mindful Classroom (just visit the course page to see when it’s being offered next). Are you also interested in exploring ways to mindfully encourage students to take responsibility for directing their own learning pathways? Then consider enrolling in Mara’s Inquiry-Based Learning course. This course will provide the opportunity to cultivate deep reflection, questioning, and inquiry-learning skills in your students.

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