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Feedback from the educators

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

This is an additional video, hosted on YouTube.

 

In the See also section of the step, you can also access links to research discussed in the video, for optional information.

We included these papers and articles 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.

Subtitles and a transcript of the feedback video are now available.


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If you’re one of the learners who enjoyed the course and would like to let others know, please consider sharing your thoughts on Class Central or MOOC List, CourseTalk.com, or even FutureLearn learner stories.


Don’t forget, the course finishes on Sunday!

You’re welcome to keep the conversation going with other learners after the course officially finishes on Sunday 3 June, but please note that Sherelle and Liv will not be able to monitor or provide guidance in the comments or discussions after that date.


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Mindfulness for Wellbeing and Peak Performance

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