Mindful Teaching: Conceptualization and Measurement. Report from the April, 2011 forum. Researchers, practitioners and educators came together to develop strategies for observing and measuring mindful teacher behavior. Questions centered on the role of science and research in defining the emerging fields of mindfulness research and contemplative teaching. In creating observational measures for classroom teachers, what measures would capture identifiable mindful behaviors? Report pending - check back soon.
Current Status of Programs Using Contemplative Techniques in K-12 Educational Settings: A Mapping Report, June 2005. “Between June 2004 and April 2005, the Garrison Institute… mapped the current status of programs utilizing contemplative techniques with mainstream student populations in K-12 educational settings. The Mapping Project sought to identify similarities and differences in program pedagogy and methodology…” Contemplative Techniques in K-12 Education: A Mapping Report
Adi Flesher, Director, Contemplative Teaching and Learning: Contact/Bio
Susan Fountain, Field Development Manager
Leadership Council: Patricia Broderick, Richard C. Brown, Adele Diamond, Mark Greenberg, Tobin Hart, Linda Lantieri, Peggy McCardle, Jerome Murphy, Elizabeth Robertson, Kimberly Schonert-Reichl, Pamela Seigle, Mark Wilding, Rona Wilensky, Arthur Zajonc
Senior Advisory Board: Clancy Blair, Paul Ekman, Peter Senge, Dan Siegel, B. Alan Wallace