Archive for the ‘mindfulness’ Category
Despite this growing evidence that the education world may have been duped into believing in the power of learning styles, many educators are still holding on to this idea. Change in education methods can be slow and challenging, especially when there isn’t an alternative readily available. However, Cuevas believes that he may have the answer for what educators should swap into their instruction when they move the learning styles approach out.
Read “Brave Classrooms and Courageous Conversations” at http://www.facultyfocus.com/articles/teaching-and-learning/brave-classrooms-courageous-conversations/?utm_campaign=Faculty+Focus&utm_source=hs_email&utm_medium=email&utm_content=31341753&_hsenc=p2ANqtz-8NELGO55ZlPuOTT-CufOlQxaoh6oLxuERYRJQBtJu7-ZdvgtEQ1tg_ZNBLpp6qOEJ2EA1SmLp3XkjW1c9xUmhbCTogub1Qi_Su4snzO-KHcAF2tqc&_hsmi=31341753
Turn inside and to a more peaceful place. Read more at http://www.mindful.org/learning-meditate-difficulty/
Read “18 Behaviors of Emotionally Intelligent People” at http://motto.time.com/4117921/emotional-intelligence-signs/?xid=time_socialflow_facebook for an excellent list
This is a topic every person should ponder in families and workplaces. Find some practical reflections in “8 ways to become a more genuine and authentic person” at http://smartblogs.com/leadership/2016/03/21/8-ways-to-become-a-more-genuine-and-authentic-person/