We hear a lot about mindfulness these days, but what does it mean to be mindful? And how can mindfulness impact our lives and our work in ELT? This was the topic of our final #CdnELTchat of 2018.
Thanks as always to the enthusiastic participants who contributed their ideas and shared resources during this chat, and to those who liked, retweeted, and added to the conversation post-chat. Using a platform like Twitter for PD means that busy ELT professionals can choose to participate synchronously or asynchronously, or by reading the summary here on this blog.
To read all the tweets on this topic, follow the complete discussion HERE.
Q1: What does it mean to be mindful in ELT?
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Q2: What are some ways for educators to be mindful in our busy ELT world?
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Q3: Do you bring mindfulness into the classroom? If so, how do you do this?
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Q4: How can mindfulness help teachers?
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Q5: How can being mindful help our students?
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If you have never participated in #CdnELTchat before, go to www.lincchat.ca for more information. #CdnELTchat is self-directed PD, so you determine the level of your involvement. #CdnELTchats usually occur every other Tuesday, with occasional exceptions. Please use the #CdnELTchat hashtag between chats to share thoughts and links with others. If you have any have comments about #CdnELTchat , please send @StanzaSL, @EALStories, @Jennifermchow, or @LINCinstructor a tweet. Please join us for the next #CdnELTchat in the new year. Add your ideas anytime on our Padlet HERE.