Enseñando Mindfulness a Profesores: Una Revisión Sistemática y Síntesis Narrada
Lisa-Marie Emerson1 & Anna Leyland1 & Kristian Hudson2 & Georgina Rowse1 & Pam Hanley3 & Siobhan Hugh-Jones2
Profesores escolares reportan altos niveles de estrés lo cual impacta su relación con los estudiantes y su efectividad como profesores.
En los Estados Unidos el 40% de los profesores abandona la profesión en los primeros 5 años .
La baja regulación emocional en los profesores se ha asociado con agotamiento y aumento en interacciones negativas con los estudiantes. La autoeficacia en profesores ha sido considerada como un factor protector contra el estrés y el agotamiento y esta vinculado a la persistencia con estudiantes desafiantes.
Programas Basados en Mindfulness (MBP) han sido ofrecidos a profesores para ayudarlos a reconocer y regular su reacción al estrés y aumentar su autocompasión.
Esta revisión sistemática resume las investigaciones actuales sobre la eficacia de los Programas Basados en Mindfulness (MBP) para reducir el estrés en profesores de estudiantes de 5 a 18 anos, 12 artículos, 13 muestras.
Se hizo una evaluación cualitativa de los artículos identificados.
Se uso un amplio rango de MBPs con diferentes horas de contacto y diferentes objetivos.
Esta revisión presenta una propuesta para reducir el estrés en profesores apoyada en los Programas Basados en Mindfulness.
Através de la formación en Mindfulness, un individuo podría ver los beneficios de la atención plena (descentramiento, regulación de la atención) y autocompasión que pueden llevar a estrategias mas efectivas de regulación emocional, aumento en la autoeficacia profesional y por ultimo reducción del estrés.
Basado en la evidencia reportada en los 13 estudios, se puede concluir que MBP para profesores puede ser una herramienta muy importante para la regulación emocional.
Teaching Mindfulness to Teachers: a Systematic Review and Narrative Synthesis Lisa-Marie Emerson1 & Anna Leyland1 & Kristian Hudson2 & Georgina Rowse 1 & Pam Hanley3 & Siobhan Hugh-Jones2
School teachers report high levels of stress which impact on their engagement with pupils and effectiveness as teachers. In the United States 40% leave the profession within the first 5 years. Poor emotion regulation has been associated with increased negative interaction with pupils and teacher burnout. Teacher self-efficacy is considered a protective factor against stress and burnout and is linked to perseverance with challenging students. Mindfulness based programs (MBP) have been applied in the teaching context to help teachers recognize and regulate stress reactions and enhance selfcompassion. This systematic review summarizes current research on the effectiveness of Mindfulness Based Programs MBP for reducing teacher stress on teachers of children 5-18 years , 12 papers were included, 13 samples. A quality appraisal of the identified articles was carried out. A range of MBPs were employed across the literature, ranging in contact hours and aims. The present review of evidence informs a proposed model of reduced teacher stress resulting from a MBI. Through mindfulness training, an individual may see gains in mindfulness (e.g. decentering, regulation of attention) and selfcompassion that lead to more effective emotion regulation strategies and increased professional self-efficacy and ultimately reduced stress. From the evidence reported across the 13 eligible studies, it is possible to conclude that MBPs for teachers show most promise for the proposed intermediary effect of emotion regulation.
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We are honored that Bhante Wimala has accepted our invitation to again visit Copper Beech Institute. Join us for a peaceful, restorative weekend, learning and practicing the original teachings of the Buddha with a world-renowned meditation teacher:
Date: Friday September 7th - Sunday September 9th
Location: Copper Beach Institute
303 Tunxis Road
West Harƞord, CT 06107
• Relax and connect with your heart energy
• Explore many different powerful, restorative, and healing meditation modalities
• Experience the benefits of a daily meditation practice
• Find inner peace during deeply restorative guided meditations
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Bhante Y. Wimala has been a Sri Lankan Buddhist Monk since the age of 14. For the last thirty years he has traveled the world speaking, lecturing, and conducting seminars on mediation, world peace, Buddhism, and evolutionary consciousness. His friends include people from all races, faiths, and classes. His message is timeless and universal.
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Nick Seaver and his wife Michelle Seaver (Co-Founder of Community Mindfulness Project) delivered a compelling TedxTalk in 2015 on the topic of the The Gift of Silence. Watch below!
"Nick Seaver is a dad, commuter, and busy professional who once upon a time, in the land before children, saved up a bit of money, stepped away from a busy professional life, put all his belongings into storage, and spent 18 months in the Rocky Mountains with his wife, in full time silent retreat, as part of the first major scientific study on meditation. Why would anyone do this? What does silence and solitude do to the mind? What were the challenges? Benefits? Is there anything that can be brought down from the mountains and into our busy, engaged lives?"
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The Drikung Samtenling Acharya Nuns Leadership Program provides fellowships to Tibetan Nuns in India for a year long residency the US to acquire education and skills for the development of Drikung Samtenling Nunnery and its 90 nuns. Each fellow will design a project based on her areas of interest and the current and future needs of the nuns of Samtenling. A team of experts will create training modules for her to reach her goals, which she will implement upon her return to India.
The overarching goal of the program is to empower nuns at Samteling and other monasteries in India. Like their brothers, the monks who serve internationally, they are essential as future leaders in the Drikung Kagyu lineage.
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HeartWell Co-Founder and Executive Director, Zayda Vallejo returns to Miami for a 4-Day Mindfulness Immersion (MI)!
Mindfulness Immersion (MI) is a 4-day, 28-hour psycho-educational group intervention based on the curriculum of the Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction program, with modifications designed to activate stress-reducing internal mechanisms, cultivate compassion for oneself and others, and increase effectiveness in interpersonal communications.
When we bring mindfulness and compassion into our communication with others, the result can be a significant deepening of our understanding of others, and greater harmony in our relationships. Mindfulness Immersion is an experiential training that integrates mindfulness and compassion practices to hone skillful listening.
Program activities include meditation, gentle mindful movement, experiential exercises, group discussion, and didactic educational components. No previous experience with mindfulness or meditation is required to attend MI. Experienced practitioners of mindfulness will also benefit from the way that this program weaves its core elements. Home practice related to activities of daily life is assigned each day.
July 31 - Aug 3
Miami-Dade County Educators: $100
For more information and to register visit: https://goo.gl/FgjKMY
"Mindfulness Immersion has awoken all of my senses from the inside – out. I leave these four days feeling empowered, strong, confident, connected and brave. Zayda Vallejo is such a powerful, beautiful and positive force who embraces the gifts of all people and life…”.
-Bijoux Wong, participant of Mindfulness Immersion, June 2018