In recent years, there has been an increasing interest among researchers to investigate the efficacy of mindfulness within the educational sector. However, the majority of existing studies have focused on intrapersonal effects, such as the benefits of mindfulness interventions experienced by specific student or teacher samples. Set within a tertiary institution in Singapore, the present research examines the relations of teachers' trait and state mindfulness with classroom and student outcomes as well as the potential mediating mechanisms.
Interpersonal mindfulness, education management, organisational behaviour, teaching and learning, Singapore, Student and classroom outcomes
PhD in Business (OBHR)
Educational Methods | Organizational Behavior and Theory
REB, Jochen Matthias
Singapore Management University
City or Country
KOH, Tong Por Moses.
Relation of teachers' mindfulness with classroom and students outcomes: Examining potential mediating mechanisms. (2016). 1-189. Dissertations and Theses Collection (SMU Access Only).
Available at: http://ink.library.smu.edu.sg/etd_coll_smu/58
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