Engaging in Mindfulness Virtually: De-stressing Practices for Students and Educators

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As educators, we usually start right into our teaching at the beginning of class, assuming that students are ready to learn. But when my students arrive in class, they are more often than not extremely stressed out. They might have had to rush to class to be on time, have had login issues, be worried about the assignment they haven’t completed or need to complete, be stressed about an event or person in their private life—the list can go on.

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