Flow in Teaching: Work and Play

Posted On: 2022-02-03

You’ve probably experienced it. And you’ve certainly heard of it: that state of being in the zone, in the groove, on a roll. It’s what researchers call ‘flow’: a state intimately familiar to athletes and artists — and to anyone who’s been fully absorbed in a given task to the point where time seems to stand still, and even the sense of self disappears. 

Rustin Wolfe, professor in Saint Mary’s Ed.D. in Leadership, recently contributed to an article and podcast on the concept of flow for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Click here to access the article and podcast in their entirety. 

This Wednesday, February 9th, the Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching (CELT) is honored to host Professor Wolfe for a virtual workshop where we will discuss how getting out of your comfort zone in the classroom opens up new opportunities for both students and teachers.

All members of Saint Mary’s diverse and growing community are invited to attend. Please register below.

Flow in Teaching: Work and Play 

February 9, 2022

12.15-1.15 pm CT via Zoom

Click here to Register