We are delighted to announce an upcoming eCourse for educators!
An opportunity to explore gratitude
as a way of TEACHING and LIVING
Learn More & Register
March 17 – May 5, 2018
This five-session eCourse will include practical, research-based activities and a new gratitude curriculum shared by educator and author, Owen Griffith. Owen’s book, Gratitude: A Way of Teaching, will offer structure to help guide the course as we create opportunities for educators to explore gratitude as a way to improve class culture; academic and social success for students; and satisfaction and resilience in students and educators alike. This experience will offer the chance for teachers to not only learn from Owen’s experience, but also to share, learn and receive support from others taking the course.
Please join us and help reshape the world of education with gratitude!
“Gratitude: A Way of Teaching should be required reading for teachers, administrators, parents, and anyone else who has a stake in our children’s future. You will be challenged, edified, and stirred to take a fresh look at this timeless virtue and see why we owe our children the gift of gratitude.”
~ Robert A. Emmons, Editor-in-Chief, The Journal of Positive Psychology; author of Gratitude Works! and Thanks! How the New Science of Gratitude Can Make You Happier
Learn more about the course with this 3-minute video:
Introduction – Saturday, March 17
Session 1 – Saturday, March 24
Session 2 – Saturday, April 7
Session 3 – Saturday, April 21
Final Session (LIVE CALL) – Saturday, May 5
It is not necessary to “attend” sessions on these dates. All sessions — including the live call — will be recorded and made available for you to review at your convenience.
eCourse Cost $20*
(plus purchase of Gratitude: A Way of Teaching. Participants will receive a 20% discount on the book from the publisher)
* This eCourse is offered on a sliding scale starting at $20. All donations over $20 enable us to make this eCourse, and future offerings, available at no/reduced cost for people for whom the suggested amount is prohibitive. All donations are tax-deductible and deeply appreciated.
We are committed to making our educational offerings accessible to all. If $20 is a hardship, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Additional praise for Gratitude: A Way of Teaching:
In a time of tests, accountability, and burnout, Gratitude: A Way of Teaching beautifully encourages teachers and students to connect to their own and each other’s humanity by stopping for a moment and asking, “What is wonderful about life?”
~ Vicki Zakrzewski, PhD, Education Director, Greater Good Science Center at UC Berkeley
In Gratitude: A Way of Teaching, Owen M. Griffith does a superb job at giving teachers practical strategies for making their students grateful. Following these strategies, and with patience and persistence, we can significantly influence the children in our own personal worlds. And, if we do, that will influence programs, clubs, schools, and other institutions in the community, too….Our society needs this more than ever.
~ Jeffrey J. Froh, Associate Professor, Hoffstra University and co-author of Making Grateful Kids: The Science of Building Character
“In a very practical way, Owen M. Griffith shows us how gratitude can be incorporated into the schools. Filled with inspiring examples and many practical suggestions, Gratitude: A Way of Teaching can be used to improve the gratitude of students in your classroom, and perhaps more importantly, it should help teachers generate a more grateful attitude toward their students.”
~ Philip Watkins, Professor of Psychology, Eastern Washington University
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