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Making space for mindfulness: tips on getting started

Last week we spoke with Lecturer Bernard Saliba about how’s he been using mindfulness in his subjects to help students focus better in class. This week, Bernard runs us through a few tips for how to get started in giving your students some time in class to be mindful, decrease stress and think more clearly.

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How Bernard Saliba teaches his students about mindfulness

Lecturer, Bernard Saliba from the Faculty of Health chats with us about the process and benefits of creating a more mindful classroom. Read our interview to find out more about engaging your students with mindfulness.

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Making strides for women in STEMM: follow Elaine Huber on her journey with Homeward Bound

UTS’ own Dr Elaine Huber is preparing for a trip to Antarctica as part of the Homeward Bound project. Read on to find out more about the project and why it’s taking women in STEMM on this exciting journey.

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News from the AiR with Ilaria Vanni

Associate Professor Ilara Vanni talks about developing a community of practice for place-based methodologies during her time as the LX.lab’s Academic in Residence.

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10 different perspectives on accessibility

Looking for ways to make sure your subject is accessible to students with a disability? These stories and resources from UTS staff will point you in the right direction.

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