This interactive session has two parts:

1) A personal reflection on the benefits of regular mediation as a means to achieving deeper learning, increased clarity of thought, creative insight, and emotional balance.

2) A discussion of the educational implications of including meditative practices for educators and students.

Jay McTighe is a veteran educator (46 years) and a practicing meditators for 45 of those years. He served as a teacher, a program coordinator at the district level, and in a policy level position at a State Education Department. He is co-author with Grant Wiggins of the widely-acclaimed curriculum framework, Understanding by Design® and currently serves as an international educational consultant.

Please indicate your top three workshop choices on your registration form. You will be attending two 90-minute workshops in the afternoon as part of the Mindfulness in Education Symposium.

Super Early Bird: $125 (Before Feb. 22)
Early Bird: $175 (Feb. 23 – Feb. 28)
Regular: $250 (March 1 – March 9)


March 17 @ 13:00
1:00 pm — 2:30 pm (1h 30′)

Workshop Room

Jay McTighe