Tap Into Mindfulness - Teachers
A course designed to help you become more mindful in your use of your smartphone and other technology.
Take control of your smartphone use and help your students learn mindfulness exercises to be more focused, productive, and creative in their use of technology, starting today with the 4-week Tap into Mindfulness course.
The exercises I’ll guide you through in the audio recordings and interactive workbooks have empowered many people to overcome their smartphone addiction and they can empower you to do it, too. In fact, almost everyone has said the exercises have had a positive impact on how they relate to their smartphone.
I’m Robert Plotkin, the Founder of Technology for Mindfulness, a leading blog and podcast on science, technology, and mindfulness. My background led me to apply mindfulness to overcoming smartphone addiction. I’m an MIT-educated computer scientist, with training in Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction, or MBSR.I’ve also written seven books on the social impact of computer technology and a co-founder of the Hack Your Mind program at MIT.
These exercises are intended to empower you to modify how you engage with your smartphone and empower you overcome your addiction to it. The workbooks included in the course provide additional resources to support teaching the mindfulness practices.
Short but effective exercises that can be performed or taught anywhere.
You’ll have all the tools you need to master your smartphone use.
- You’ll overcome your addiction through mindfulness
- Learn how to practice the exercises yourself to reinforce your newfound power
- Know how to teach other people how to overcome their smartphone addiction
You and your students will enjoy benefits that can transform your life
- Gain back no less than the freedom of your mind
- Free your mind from over-engagement with immediate tasks
- Reactivate your ability to develop the overall vision that leads to prudent decision-making and creative insights
- Get back to more quality time in your personal relationships.
Robert Plotkin, the founder of Technology for Mindfulness, is both an engineer and a long-time mindfulness practitioner. His background in computer science and engineering dates back over thirty years to his days programming an Atari 800 personal computer, through a degree in Computer Science and Engineering at MIT, and nearly two decades as a patent attorney specializing in patent protection for computer technology. His relationship to Zen Buddhism stems primarily from his study of Japanese martial arts for more than three decades. His fascination with the relationship and interactions between computer technology and the mind is reflected in his book on the automation of creativity in the field of inventing, The Genie in the Machine: How Computer-Automated Inventing is Revolutionizing Law and Business (Stanford, 2009).