DEEP GRATITUDE is the key to connecting students and teachers, teachers and parents, and parents and administrators - but it's not necessarily such an easy practice. With nearly 3 decades of research, Dr. Kerry Howells has radicalized the view of gratitude in the classroom and is changing schools around the world. This month, we've included a thought provoking article in which Dr. Howells explains nine aspects of deep gratitude, followed by a short clip from her talk, "Gratitude in Education: A Radical View" on the Global Gratitude Summit.
CREATING COMMUNITIES OF GRATITUDE PRACTICE - by Dr. Kerry Howells.
Have you wondered how you might join with others in practising gratitude together?
Recently I’ve had the experience of this through engaging online with my wonderful students who are part of the UTAS Summer School unit ESM704 Gratitude in Education. Our class is comprised of school leaders, experienced teachers, pre-service teachers, and researchers in fields as diverse as paramedics, oncology and environmental science. They are from all around Australia.
One of the components of the unit is a weekly discussion board that...CLICK HERE to read the rest of the post and visit her website to see the amazing research she's compiled over the past several decades.
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