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Articles: From the Editors: Spring/Summer 2005

By Dacher Keltner, Jason Marsh | March 1, 2005

 

Articles: Inspiring Good Work

By Howard Gardner, Wendy Fischman | March 1, 2005

Steroid abuse. Accounting tricks. Plagiarism. Budding professionals are learning these tricks of their trades from mentors, say researchers Wendy Fischman and Howard Gardner. Who will inspire them to practice ethics and excellence on the job?

 

Articles: Taking Lessons from a Baby

By Sandy Naiman | March 1, 2005

To teach compassion and parenting skills to children, this Canadian program relies on some small instructors.

 
The "Peace Mural" painted across the street from Norwood Street Elementary School. It spans two walls formerly covered by grafitti.

Articles: Gaming the School System

By Matthew Wheeland | September 1, 2004

Thanks to one program, students have found that resolving their differences can be all fun and games.

 

Articles: Making Change

By Linda Biehl | September 1, 2004

 

Articles: From the Editors: Fall 2004

By Dacher Keltner, Jason Marsh | September 1, 2004

 

Articles: Book Review: Resiliency

By Lauren Shapiro | September 1, 2004

by Bonnie Benard
WestEd, 2004, 148 pages

 

Articles: Book Review: The Anatomy of Hope

By Matthew Wheeland | September 1, 2004

by Jerome Groopman
Random House, 2004, 248 pages

 
Linda Lantieri (left), the founder of Project Renewal, with high school principal Ada Rosario Dolch.

Articles: Caring for the Caregivers

By Sarita Tukarama | September 1, 2004

To help teachers deal with the stress of their job, new programs are drawing on some unconventional—and research-tested—techniques.

 

Articles: The Right Touch

By Jamie Rowen | September 1, 2004

 

Articles: The New Science of Forgiveness

By Everett L. Worthington Jr. | September 1, 2004

Everett L. Worthington, Jr. has dedicated his career to the study of forgiveness. He has found that it carries tremendous health and social benefits—and he's taken his research to heart.

 

Articles: A Curriculum of Care

By Marilyn Watson | March 1, 2004

Students achieve more once they’ve learned to care for themselves and others, says Marilyn Watson. She’s done the research to prove this—and witnessed the positive results.

 
Scene from "Cracks in the Concrete Canvas," last year's original musical written by the cast of City at Peace-New York.

Articles: The Power of Performance

By Elizabeth O’Brien | March 1, 2004

City at Peace’s teenage cast members write and star in their own original musical. But it’s never just about the show.

 

Articles: What I Learned

By Laura Ecken | March 1, 2004

 

Articles: Book Review: Kids Working It Out

By Elizabeth Cushing Payne | March 1, 2004

Edited by Tricia S. Jones and Randy Compton
Jossey-Bass, 2003, 360 pages

 

Articles: Testing the CDP

By Elizabeth Cushing Payne | March 1, 2004

 

Articles: Book Review: Happiness and Education

By Elizabeth Cushing Payne | March 1, 2004

by Nel Noddings
Cambridge University Press, 2003, 308 pages

 

Articles: It’s a Family Thing

By Jason Marsh | March 1, 2004

La Bodega de la Familia delivers a different kind of justice

 
In this presentation from the GGSC’s “Practicing Mindfulness & Compassion” conference, the program director for Mindful Schools explains how mindfulness practice helps schools to become more compassionate places.

Videos and Podcasts: Mindful Schools, Compassionate Schools

By Megan Cowan | November 2013

In this presentation from the GGSC’s “Practicing Mindfulness & Compassion” conference, the program director for Mindful Schools explains how mindfulness practice helps schools to become more compassionate places.

 

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