This blog is for educators using the metacognitive framework - "nothing less than an internal dialogue with oneself. It is the process of bringing past experiences to a conscious level, analyzing them, and determining better ways to think and behave in the future" Roland Barth. I will be continuing to post SEL information on this website because metacognition is the basis for SEL.
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Monday, September 26, 2016
Study: Mindfulness can work for teachers, too. Courtesy of ASCD SmartBrief
Mindfulness may help educators
reduce feelings of anxiety, depression and burnout, according to a study
of teachers in New York City who took part in a program offered by
Cultivating Awareness and Resilience for Educators. CARE is funded, in
part, by the US Department of Education.