Practicing contemplative gratitude in university classrooms: Student learning and happiness outcomes. Noland, C. M., Talgar, C., Speed-Wiley, J., & Depue, J. The Journal of Contemplative Inquiry, November, 2017.
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In the midst of college environments thick with questions about learning environments, post-collegiate happiness, and building future learners, this study provides evidence that a simple and intentional gratitude practice positively impacts student learning and student happiness. 103 undergraduate students and three instructors participated in this semester-long experiment. Infusing the classroom environment with a brief practice of gratitude and listening positively impacts the overall effect of the classroom learning environment when dealing with curriculum unrelated to gratitude or happiness. Additionally, these results provide support that students report themselves to be happier, in relationship to the class, their semester, and more generally, when participating in a class that features a gratitude and listening practice as part of its class routine.
@article{noland_practicing_2017,
	title = {Practicing contemplative gratitude in university classrooms: {Student} learning and happiness outcomes},
	volume = {4},
	copyright = {Copyright (c) 2019 The Journal of Contemplative Inquiry},
	issn = {2333-7281},
	shorttitle = {Practicing contemplative gratitude in university classrooms},
	url = {https://journal.contemplativeinquiry.org/index.php/joci/article/view/123},
	abstract = {In the midst of college environments thick with questions about learning environments, post-collegiate happiness, and building future learners, this study provides evidence that a simple and intentional gratitude practice positively impacts student learning and student happiness. 103 undergraduate students and three instructors participated in this semester-long experiment. Infusing the classroom environment with a brief practice of gratitude and listening positively impacts the overall effect of the classroom learning environment when dealing with curriculum unrelated to gratitude or happiness. Additionally, these results provide support that students report themselves to be happier, in relationship to the class, their semester, and more generally, when participating in a class that features a gratitude and listening practice as part of its class routine.},
	language = {en},
	number = {1},
	urldate = {2019-12-26},
	journal = {The Journal of Contemplative Inquiry},
	author = {Noland, Carey Marie and Talgar, Cigdem and Speed-Wiley, Jesica and Depue, Jacob},
	month = nov,
	year = {2017},
	keywords = {classroom emotions, contemplative pedagogy, gratitude, happiness, teacher communication competence}
}
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