Mindful Learning: Reduce Stress and Improve Brain Performance for Effective Learning

Mindful Learning: Reduce Stress and Improve Brain Performance for Effective Learning


By (author) Craig Hassed, By (author) Richard Chambers

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  • Publisher: Exisle Publishing (Australia)
  • Format: Paperback | 272 pages
  • Dimensions: 151mm x 234mm x 17mm | 506g
  • Publication date: 1 February 2014
  • Publication City/Country: Woolombi
  • ISBN 10: 1921966394
  • ISBN 13: 9781921966392
  • Illustrations note: biography, index
  • Sales rank: 8,112

Product description

Mindfulness is increasingly being used in educational environments as a proven way to help students: learn more effectively; develop personally; enhance their physical and emotional health; and, deal with study and exam-related demands. Written by two leading experts with many years of personal and clinical experience, 'Mindful Learning' provides practical insights and exercises on how to apply mindfulness in any educational setting. The result is a book that clearly sets out how you can: manage stress; improve performance; create better communication; develop more meaningful relationships; unlock creativity; improve mental flexibility and problem-solving ability; and, use technology wisely. Whatever your age, whatever your learning environment, mindfulness can make a positive difference, and 'Mindful Learning' shows you how.

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Author information

Dr Craig Hassed is an internationally recognised expert in mindfulness who has presented widely at national and international seminars and conferences and has published extensively in the areas of mind-body medicine and mindfulness. Craig is co-author of Exisle's very successful 'Mindfulness for Life'. Dr Richard Chambers is a clinical psychologist specialising in mindfulness-based therapies. He regularly consults to top-tier law firms and premier educational institutions and is a developer of Smiling Mind, an app designed to make mindfulness accessible to young people.