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A Moment, Unplugged: Facilitating Contemplative Practice in the Classroom

Dr. Cheryl Hoy Amanda McGuire Rzicznek Elizabeth Zemanski Cheryl Lachowski General Studies Writing Program - Bowling Green State University Over the last decade or so of teaching undergraduates, it seems to have become increasingly more difficult for students to pay attention in class. While, historically, attention challenges have always been a part of higher education, with the rapid advancement in communication and social media technologies, the number of distracted students has grown exponentially (“Media multi-tasking,” 2015). Moreover, each semester, students appear to be facing more personal and academic challenges. They are bombarded with continual pressures and distractions

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