Distracted Students? Explore What You Can Do About It

That red dot. It's calling your name. Emails, Slack messages, voicemails. Family and pets. Distractions! If you're distracted, chances are your students are distracted. Perhaps they are distracting themselves from having to deal with the reality of the world right now. But you really want them to not be distracted while in class because you really want them to be learning! 

This semester you're invited to join us as we explore James Lang's latest book, Distracted: Why Students Can't Focus and What You Can Do About It. The book explores why and how we get distracted, and shares ways instructors can encourage the practice of attention in the learning environment. 

What Can You Do?

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