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Everybody present: mindfulness in education
Short Title: Everybody present
Format: Book
Publication Year: 2013
Publisher: Parallax Press
Place of Publication: Berkeley, California
Pages: 141
Sources ID: 62441
Notes: External Resources: Cite This Item Search for versions with same title and author | Advanced options ...Uniform Title: Mindfulness i p�dagogikken. English Contents: Introduction: a new approach to education -- Combining personal and social change -- What is mindfulness? -- Rediscovering our educational ideals -- From vicious circle to virtuous circle -- Mindfulness as educational practice -- How to practice mindfulness -- Deep breathing creates inner calm -- Stress reduction through mindfulness -- How mindfulness strengthens our relationships -- Mindfulness and anger management -- Children and mindfulness -- What mindfulness is not -- The insights of mindfulness -- Revolution of silence -- The somatic markers -- Coherence -- Stress: when the amygdala runs wild -- Mindfulness creates density in the brain's gray matter -- Mirror neurons. Note(s): Includes bibliographical references (pages 135-141). Class Descriptors: LC: LB1033; Dewey: 371.102/3 Responsibility: Nikolaj Flor Rotne, Didde Flor Rotne. Vendor Info: Brodart Baker and Taylor Coutts Information Services YBP Library Services (BROD BTCP COUT YANK) Entry: 20130717 Update: 20181113 Provider: OCLC Introduction: A New Approach to Education 11(4) Chapter 1 Combining Personal and Social Change 15(6) Chapter 2 What Is Mindfulness? 21(6) Mindfulness Exercise: Breath 25(2) Chapter 3 Rediscovering Our Educational Ideals 27(4) Chapter 4 From Vicious Circle to Virtuous Circle 31(4) Chapter 5 Mindfulness as Educational Practice 35(12) Mindfulness Exercise: Gratitude 45(2) Chapter 6 How to Practice Mindfulness 47(10) Chapter 7 Deep Breathing Creates Inner Calm 57(8) Mindfulness Exercise: Breath Awareness 63(2) Chapter 8 Stress Reduction through Mindfulness 65(8) Chapter 9 How Mindfulness Strengthens Our Relationships 73(10) Mindfulness Exercise: Deep Listening 81(2) Chapter 10 Mindfulness and Anger Management 83(6) Mindfulness Exercise: Anger 88(1) Chapter 11 Children and Mindfulness 89(16) Mindfulness Exercises With Children: Breath; The Jewel; Thought Parade; Walking Meditation; Gratitude; Eating a Raisin 97(8) Chapter 12 What Mindfulness Is Not 105(6) Chapter 13 The Insights of Mindfulness 111(6) Mindfulness Exercise: External Resources: Cite This Item Search for versions with same title and author | Advanced options ...Uniform Title: Mindfulness i p�dagogikken. English Contents: Introduction: a new approach to education -- Combining personal and social change -- What is mindfulness? -- Rediscovering our educational ideals -- From vicious circle to virtuous circle -- Mindfulness as educational practice -- How to practice mindfulness -- Deep breathing creates inner calm -- Stress reduction through mindfulness -- How mindfulness strengthens our relationships -- Mindfulness and anger management -- Children and mindfulness -- What mindfulness is not -- The insights of mindfulness -- Revolution of silence -- The somatic markers -- Coherence -- Stress: when the amygdala runs wild -- Mindfulness creates density in the brain's gray matter -- Mirror neurons. Note(s): Includes bibliographical references (pages 135-141). Class Descriptors: LC: LB1033; Dewey: 371.102/3 Responsibility: Nikolaj Flor Rotne, Didde Flor Rotne. Vendor Info: Brodart Baker and Taylor Coutts Information Services YBP Library Services (BROD BTCP COUT YANK) Entry: 20130717 Update: 20181113 Provider: OCLC Introduction: A New Approach to Education 11(4) Chapter 1 Combining Personal and Social Change 15(6) Chapter 2 What Is Mindfulness? 21(6) Mindfulness Exercise: Breath 25(2) Chapter 3 Rediscovering Our Educational Ideals 27(4) Chapter 4 From Vicious Circle to Virtuous Circle 31(4) Chapter 5 Mindfulness as Educational Practice 35(12) Mindfulness Exercise: Gratitude 45(2) Chapter 6 How to Practice Mindfulness 47(10) Chapter 7 Deep Breathing Creates Inner Calm 57(8) Mindfulness Exercise: Breath Awareness 63(2) Chapter 8 Stress Reduction through Mindfulness 65(8) Chapter 9 How Mindfulness Strengthens Our Relationships 73(10) Mindfulness Exercise: Deep Listening 81(2) Chapter 10 Mindfulness and Anger Management 83(6) Mindfulness Exercise: Anger 88(1) Chapter 11 Children and Mindfulness 89(16) Mindfulness Exercises With Children: Breath; The Jewel; Thought Parade; Walking Meditation; Gratitude; Eating a Raisin 97(8) Chapter 12 What Mindfulness Is Not 105(6) Chapter 13 The Insights of Mindfulness 111(6) Mindfulness Exercise:
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Everybody Present seeks to create a new kind of culture in our schools: one that counters stress and facilitates learning. It reframes the student-teacher relationship, showing teachers how to supplant antagonism and foster strong relationships by planting seeds of mindfulness in their students and encouraging them to embark on a mindfulness practice of their own. Illustrating the transformative effects of mindfulness on educators, students, and their classrooms, Everybody Present shows how mindfulness helps to strengthen inner peace and prevent stress, foster contagious joy and an ethic of altruism, improve understanding between student and teacher, and fortify competence in educational relations. A working manual addressed to everyone in the educational universe, Everybody Present presents real-world applications grounded in solid research. Stories, exercises, and case studies demonstrate the effectiveness of mindful practices across all areas of education. Everybody Present is intended to contribute to the creation of a culture throughout the educational system writ large, working against stress and victim mentality to set in motion a revolution of silence, allowing each individual the experience of inter-being, inner calm, and joy. By exploring the challenges of teaching, Everybody Present will help all educators transform feelings of inadequacy into experiences of abundance.