Feedback from the educators

Watch Craig and Richard chat about the conversations and questions that have arisen from comments, discussions and learner activity throughout the third week of the course. We hope you enjoy it.

This is an additional video, hosted on YouTube.

A transcript of this feedback video is available from the Downloads section below.

We sometimes include papers and articles as optional additional reading to help demonstrate some of the research in this area, but we do not expect you to purchase a subscription to read the full paper.

Hopefully, just reading the summary provided in the free abstract will be sufficient for those of you wanting to know more about the studies.

Follow Sherelle and Elizabeth

If you haven’t already, follow your course mentors Sherelle Connaughton and Elizabeth Brnjak to stay up to date with key discussion threads and news.

Please note, the mentors are predominantly focused in discussions for the current week, rather than the whole course at any one time. So please try to keep your discussions to the active week if you’re hoping to engage with the mentors. So for Week 4, those dates are Monday 2 Sep 2019 to Sunday 8 Sep 2019.

You’re welcome to keep the conversation going outside those dates, but please note that Sherelle and Elizabeth will not be able to monitor or provide guidance in the comments or discussions.

Take your time

We hope that you’ll move through the course with us, roughly in the order of each week. Please take time to review and reflect on the week’s content and meditations before progressing to new material. Doing this will also give you the opportunity to reflect on the comments made by the course mentors as well as other learners.

Check your progress

As you make your way through the course, you might like to check your progress. You can do this by selecting the Progress tab where you’ll see what percentage of the course steps you’ve marked as complete.

Mark as complete

When you are finished on each step, select the Mark as complete button before moving on to the next step. Continue to mark each step as complete as you make your way through the course.

Doing so, helps you keep track of your progress through the course and counts towards your certificate – which is available to you upon successful completion, should you wish to upgrade the course

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Maintaining a Mindful Life

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