Program for Educators
The Ma-Eum Su-Ryun
Professional Development Program for Educators
The Ma-Eum Su-Ryun Professional Development Program for Educators is a meditation program supported by the South Korean Ministry of Education, Science, and Technology. Upon completion of the program, educators receive credits recognized by the South Korean government.
It is a one week program that takes place during the school breaks, through which primary, secondary, tertiary, and university level educators can find their true self, and apply what they have learned in their professional and personal lives. Woo Myung has always emphasized that educators must expand their consciousness in order for the young people of this world to grow spiritually and realize their true self. Many educators have taken part in this program, and they are currently implementing what they have learned toward the true education in their classrooms.
The Ma-Eum Su-Ryun Teachers’ Association
Developing Alternative Education and Extracurricular Programs
The Ma-Eum Su-Ryun Teachers’ Association is made up of 200 preschool, elementary, secondary, and tertiary educators. At present, all elementary and secondary school teachers nationwide attend character development programs for teachers to improve skills in teaching morality and life skills.
Program Attendance of Teachers
More than 3000 teachers from over 40 different schools – including schools in Seoul, Kyongnam, and Daegu – participated in this program.
Development and Research Activities
As a part of the South Korean Board of Education’s mandate to 500 teachers from 20 schools to develop a program to teach morality and humanity in the schools, the Ma-Eum Su-Ryun Teachers’ Association actively took part in the development and research on this topic.
Professional Development Programs Year-Round at Branch Centers
While the Ma-Eum Su-Ryun Professional Development Program for Educators is held during school breaks, teachers can take part in this program during school term at the branch center that is closest to them. A certificate of completion is given after successful completion of the program.
Customized Professional Development Courses for Schools
This course takes place at the participating schools and it is implemented for groups of twenty teachers or more. It requires a total of fifteen hours.
The Ma-Eum Su-Ryun Edu-Healing Program for Teachers
This healing program is developed for elementary and middle school teachers and it is implemented for any schools that apply with a group of fifteen teachers or more. It runs for fifteen hours on weekends, public holidays and after-school.
Student Healing Program
This two-day meditation program for students is hosted by the Ulsan Board of Education for elementary and middle school students from financially disadvantaged backgrounds.
Ma-Eum Su-Ryun Teachers’ Society [http://www.meditationedu.org]