Month: September 2016

September 8, 2016 No comments exist

We all agree it is imperative that we teach our students content knowledge and ways of thinking within our respective disciplines. Additionally, we can also teach our students many important ancillary concepts to help them be successful both in academics and in life. One vital area in which students need assistance in this media-filled landscape is how to focus attention. In this Scholarly Teacher Blog Cheryl Hoy, Amanda McGuire Rzicznek, Elizabeth Zemanski, and Cheryl Lachowski (Bowling Green State University) share what they have learned about facilitating contemplative practice. There is so much in life to distract students (much by design), it seems valuable at this time to teach them how to focus their attention.