Tag Archives: mindfulness

Mindfulness as Schools Subject

Students in England already learn about mathematics, science, and history, but hundreds of schools are preparing to expand the traditional curriculum with a new subject: mindfulness. In up to 370 English schools, students will start to practice mindfulness as part … Continue reading

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Mindfulness-based interventions in schools

Mindfulness programs for schools are popular. We systematically reviewed the evidence regarding the effects of school-based mindfulness interventions on psychological outcomes, using a comprehensive search strategy designed to locate both published and unpublished studies. Systematic searches in 12 databases were … Continue reading

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Mindfulness and Ethnography

Asking the right questions is critical to design thinking. A cornerstone of the design thinking approach involves ethnographic research, spending time observing and interacting with people in their everyday lives. The generating of ethnographic information about customers relies on a … Continue reading

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Teaching Mindfulness to Children

Mindfulness, which features focused awareness training, is increasing in popularity among mental health  professionals. Mindfulness training emphasizes focused attention to internal and external experiences in the present moment of time, without judgment. While mindfulness interventions have been used in treatments … Continue reading

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