Well Being in the Classroom






Date: Monday, September 16, 2019
Time: 3:30 to 4:45 p.m.
Location: 246 Hesburgh Library
Presenter(s):  Megan Brown, Director, McDonald Center for Student Well Being, Jessica Payne, Associate Professor, Psychology, and Kristi Rudenga, Director of Instructor Development, ND Learning | Kaneb Center

Description: Student well-being is a predictor of deeper learning.  Given the amount of time students are in the classroom, the educational environment is an ideal place to facilitate the learning and practice of well-being.  In this workshop, participants will review the compelling benefits of sleep and compassion and will reflect on ways to foster these benefits in the classes they teach.  
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The title was updated in Spring 2013 to reflect current literature and practices.

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