The 5th Annual Mindfulness in Education Network Conference
Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, PA
March 16-18, 2012
The Center for Contemplative Mind in Society/ACMHE is a co-sponsor of this event.
Register online at http://www.mindfuled.org/conferences/2012-conference-information/
Mindfulness meditation has been practiced for thousands of years as a way to reduce suffering and cultivate inner peace. Research shows that mindfulness also enhances learning and attention. There is growing interest in the possibility that this ancient meditative practice can support education and learning for both children and adults. Many educational institutions, including UCLA, Stanford, UCSF, and PENN have embraced mindfulness as an educational intervention by introducing it into their curricula and conducting research in the field. This three-day event will explore the uses of mindfulness in education.
Program of Events:
Friday, March 16
Improving Attention and Working Memory with Mindfulness Training
Keynote Address by Dr. Amishi Jha
Saturday, March 17
Mindfulness in Education Conference
Sunday, March 18
A Day of Mindfulness: Alive and Awake
Much more information on guest speakers, breakout sessions and logistics, plus tickets for the entire 3-day conference or individual events, are available through mindfuled.org.