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The practice of mindfulness-based performance and health optimization

The School of Kinesiology’s Reita Clanton, coordinator of the Performance and Health Optimization Center, and Assistant Clinical Professor Ford Dyke teach the practice of mindfulness. During the Covid-19 pandemic, Clanton and Dyke offered mindfulness sessions for Auburn University’s campus community…

Educators preparing next generation of teachers amid COVID-19 changes

Auburn University’s College of Education, long a pioneer in the realm of online instruction, is preparing the next generation of educators amid changes posed by the COVID-19 pandemic…

EAGLES teaching independent skills remotely

Most students are trying to keep their heads above water at Auburn University by keeping up with homework and tests from their couches. One group of students has additional challenges and classes to work on remotely, however — the EAGLES students…

Keeping kids engaged during time away from school

With schools closed during the COVID-19 outbreak and distance learning now the norm—at least temporarily—educators are having to get creative in how they provide learning opportunities…

Tips on keeping kids active at home during coronavirus

Danielle Wadsworth, an associate professor in Auburn University’s School of Kinesiology, leads the Exercise Adherence and Obesity Prevention Lab. Her research focuses on increasing physical activity participation and adherence through examining factors that motivate people to exercise and adhere to an exercise regimen over a long period of time…

College of Education associate professor pens op-ed on children and play in Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Sean Durham, an associate professor in the College of Education, has co-published an op-ed in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution that points to the potential positive outcomes of schools and programs for young children being shuttered because of the coronavirus…

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