THE MINDFUL PROFESSOR: THE WHY, HOW, AND CAVEATS OF CONTEMPLATIVE PEDAGOGY
Presentation to the International Society on the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
MINDFULNESS FOR WELLBEING AND WORKLIFE INTEGRATION UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY HR
LUNCH AND LEARN
June 22, 2017
This Lunch and Learn session explored and provided an opportunity to experience mindfulness practice as a path to greater worklife integration. Mindfulness, the cultivation of focused awareness, changes the structure and function of the brain throughout the life span. Mindfulness can open new doors to healing and growth at the individual, family, workplace, and community level.
THE MINDFUL INSTRUCTOR: THE WHY AND HOW
OF CONTEMPLATIVE PEDAGOGY
LETHBRIDGE COLLEGE REFRESH 2017
Contemplative pedagogy is the integration of mindfulness, meditative, and other present-moment awareness practices into higher education that unlock intuitive knowledge, expanded consciousness, creativity, appreciation for beauty, and the potential for greater self-and-other compassion and wellbeing. This workshop will introduce you to the scholarly foundation for contemplative pedagogy and resources to further your development in contemplative approaches to teaching and learning.
BETTER TOGETHER: BEYOND "SELF" CARE.
2019 UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY FACULTY OF SOCIAL WORK
FIELD INSTRUCTORS' ORIENTATION EVENT
(c) Rachael Crowder PhD RSW
WORLD HAPPINESS REPORT
This link takes you to the World Happiness Report website where you will find the report and videos shared in the April 2017 presentation.
BUILDING YOUR CASE FOR MINDFULNESS AT WORK
"This publication is primarily intended as a resource for those developing a business case for mindfulness training within their own organisation. It provides an updated summary of the research evidence, narrative rationales addressing different organisational needs, case studies and a range of toolkits to help with programme planning, implementation and evaluation."
POSITIVE EMOTIONS OPEN OUR MIND
Barbara Frederickson, one of the world's leading researchers on positive emotions discusses how cultivating positivity can change our relationships, our cells, and our outlook on life.
Check out the Great Good Science Centre at Berkeley - it's full of great resources.