These come from the book Mindful Teaching and Teaching Mindfulness- A Guide For Anyone Who Teaches Anything by Deborah Schoeberlin.
And I came to see that students learn as much if not more from what we do as teachers and how we are, than from what we say. (p. xv)
Mindfully noticing the discrepancy between what I wanted to accomplish and what I actually achieved provides useful information without the distraction of unproductive anger, frustration or disappointment. (p. 4)