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Mindful : February 2018
“The goal in raising your inner game is not to make gravity go away, it’s to learn to rise above it.” As a longtime educator and mindfulness practitioner, Kevin Hawkins views mindful- ness as one way to achieve greater balance in our educa- tion systems. The book itself is well balanced: He takes the reader through an introduc- tion to some history and modern use of mindfulness, moving into how this practice can help a create a healthier, happier environment for both students and teachers, even rippling out to positively effect their families and com- munities. Hawkins blends emergent research with stories from fellow teach- ers, as well as many small exercises and an impressive resources list that will ser ve curious parents and teach- ers. The chapters on social- emotional learning programs and changing school culture are par ticularly striking, link- ing the individual practice of mindfulness with broader societal changes. MINDFUL TEACHER, MINDFUL SCHOOL Improving Wellbeing in Teaching & Learning Kevin Hawkins • Sage The best selling book QBQ!: The Question behind the Question, which Levin wrote with coauthor David Miller, explored how stopping the habit of looking for someone to blame and taking personal responsibility can make you more effective and life more workable. In this very pithy book, Levin turns his focus to how we manage the inner resources at our disposal— physical, emotional, and intellectual. He asks us to take stock of how well we’re doing at managing these different “selves” within us and offers skills and tools we can use to get out of our own way. RAISE YOUR INNER GAME How to Overcome Stress and Distraction, Work at Your Highest Level, and Live a Life You’re Proud of Every Day David Levin • Minneapolis Press February 2018 mindful 79