Samman's research is a mixed-method study, exploring the impacts of a five-week online mindfulness programme on pre-service and in-service teachers in Hong Kong, during the pandemic period. It aims to explore the impacts and experience of mindfulness practice on pre-service and in-service teachers. Five two-hour online sessions were run to 15 pre-service and in-service teachers, who were recruited online on a voluntary basis.
To understand participants’ subjective experience, weekly reflective journals and semi-structured interviews were analyzed, using Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (IPA). Standing on a pragmatic ground, pre-course and post-course questionnaires were administered to both the intervention group (N=15) and a control-waitlist group (N=20) to explore the impacts of mindfulness practice. Five-facet Mindfulness Questionnaire (FFMQ) was used as an instrument to explore changes on participant’s mindfulness, as a multi-facet psychological construct.
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- SoE Educational Futures Network
- SoE Centre for Higher Education Transformations
- SoE Centre for Teaching Learning and Curriculum
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An investigation of the educational value of online mindfulness intervention on in-service teachers and pre-service teachers in Hong KongAuthor: LEE, S. H., 6 Dec 2022
Supervisor: Sedgewick, F. (Supervisor) & Orchard, J. L. (Supervisor)
Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis › Doctor of Education (EdD)File