Exploring the Questions
The times they are a changin' ......
How do we manage the information overload we face every day?
What does it mean to multi-task?
How can we become more mindful about the way we live our lives?


"Mindfulness is a state of active, open attention on the present. When you're mindful, you observe your thoughts and feelings from a distance, without judging them good or bad. Instead of letting your life pass you by, mindfulness means living in the moment and awakening to experience." Psychology Today

Wholeheartedness is an undivided commitment to something. This article from The New York Times shares a classroom practice. What effect might this have emotionally, intellectually, for students and teachers?

Mindfulness, while common in hospitals, corporations, professional sports and even prisons, is relatively new in the education of squirming children. But a small but growing number of schools in places like Oakland and Lancaster, Pa., are slowly embracing the concept — as they did yoga five years ago — and institutions, like the psychology department at Stanford University and the Mindfulness Awareness Research Center at theUniversity of California, Los Angeles, are trying to measure the effects.

Howard Rheingold's video on Attention Literacy. Let's share ideas about this.

Let's also take a look at these:
Brain Rules
Fully Present

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