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The Mindful PhD: Labyrinths & Learning

Posted by on Wednesday, November 20, 2013 in Commentary, Resource.

by Nancy Chick, CFT Assistant Director

I’ve been reading everything I find about mindfulness, but I’m eager for more evidence-based work on its effects on learning in the college classroom.  As my previous posts indicate, recent years have seen a lot of scientific research (especially in neuroscience and psychology) pointing to the psychological and physiological effects of mindfulness.  There’s also plenty of exploration in K-12 education, often for issues related to classroom behavior and management, but what about our students, and what about the effect on learning itself? More….

Reposted from The Mindfulness PhD blog.
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