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Have you ever been in 'the zone'? Although it's not some far-off land, getting there can seem like it! If you're like most people, you probably have experienced it, but don't know how it happened. You might not even been sure what to call it! Whatever you were doing at the time just felt right or easy for you. In psychology, we call this flow. As luck would have it, there's an abundance of research to help us better understand the experience. In this lesson, we'll dive into what flow theory...
1. Students will gain a better understanding of Flow Theory, including research by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi. 2. Students will discuss how they've already experienced flow. 3. Students will describe their flow experiences. 4. Students will investigate how they achieved previous 'in the zone' moments to achieve a goal.
My studies include a master's degree in Educational Psychology from Ball State University; a graduate certificate in Positive Psychology from the University of Missouri-Columbia; a bachelor's degree in Psychology; and, I'm a certified life coach. During graduate school, I completed 8-week courses in MBSR training through Palouse Mindfulness and the Science of Happiness offered by UC Berkeley — once as an online TA. I teach pre-k through 12th grade in three school districts as a substitute teacher. In this capacity, I've worked with children who have educational and behavioral challenges such as ADHD, ADD, ODD, test anxiety, and trouble reading. I've worked in basic skills and resource classrooms either as the lead teacher or a para-educator. As a freelance writer and editor, I explore the intersection of positive, neuro, and behavioral psychology. My work is available to read through several sources: PositivePsychology.com, Thrive Global, Ardent Path Journal, The Ascent, Better Humans, Publishous, The Startup, The Writing Cooperative, The Post-Grad Survival Guide, and Fine Lines Literary Journal.
There isn't any homework.
Students may find it beneficial to have a note-taking device or materials with which to take notes.
There is no assessment.
1 hour per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
The content is appropriate for ages 12 and up, though this class is only available to 14-18-year-old students.
I invite you or your student to explore articles on the following site https://positivepsychology.com/team/kori-miller/. Please review articles before allowing your student to read them. Adults are the intended audience for most, if not all, Positive Psychology articles. Most times this has to do with the concepts, not the language used. Sometimes, I pull information from articles I've researched and written, but also include researched articles from other authors on this site.
Kori Miller, MA - Educational Psychology
Habit Aficionado & Coach Helping Students Reach Their Full Potential Every Day
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
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13 completed classes
I teach a variety of series on Outschool: Storyteller Squad, Kori's Clubhouse Summer Reading, and Street Smart Psychology. The Storyteller Squad teaches learners how to increase their writing output, use prompts, indie publish on various...