Whatever your age, whatever your learning environment, mindfulness can make a positive difference. Mindfulness is increasingly being used in educational environments as a way to help students learn more effectively, develop personally, enhance their physical and emotional health, and deal with study and exam-related demands.
In Mindful Learning, the authors provide practical insights and exercises on how to apply mindfulness in the educational setting, resulting in a book that clearly sets out how we can manage stress, improve performance and create better communication and relationships. Whatever your age, whatever your learning environment, mindfulness can make a positive difference. For more information visit: www.mindfullearning.com.au
SPECIFICATIONS: Paperback | 234 x 151 mm | 272 Pages |
Dr Craig Hassed is an internationally recognised expert in mindfulness who has presented widely at national and international seminars and conferences and has published extensively in the areas of mind–body medicine and mindfulness. He has been instrumental in promoting mindfulness as a simple, natural and accessible technique for enhancing wellness, preventing and managing illness, and improving performance within health, educational and corporate settings. Craig is co-author of Exisle’s very successful Mindfulness for Life.
Dr Richard Chambers is a clinical psychologist in private practice, where he specialises in mindfulness-based therapies and runs regular mindfulness courses. He is also employed as a mindfulness consultant by Monash University and regularly consults to top-tier law firms and premier educational institutions. He is a developer of Smiling Mind, a free web and iPhone app designed to make mindfulness accessible to young people. Visit the Mindful Learning website for detailed information on this book.
Independent Education Magazine, October 2015 “It’s becoming more and more obvious that children’s most important life skill is to develop attention. And if they can’t keep focused then there is no learning.”
CoLearnr blog – June 2014 “As a follow up from our post that introduced the term ‘Mindful Learning’ to our CoLearnrs, we had the opportunity to interview the authors Hassed and Chambers about their new book.'” To read full blog click here