Mindfulness is having both present-time awareness and mental calmness. These components help educators be more present and focused in the classroom.
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This inspiring special-ed teacher celebrates her mindfulness practice for self-care as she helps her students break through their struggles.
Can mindfulness training amplify social-emotional programs? Does an SEL approach compliment existing mindful offerings? Matthew Brensilver, PhD discusses.
Many across the nation and beyond have been deeply affected by our most recent election here in the U.S. What can mindfulness teach us about responding?
When a performing arts class starts with mindfulness, this fifth grader in Melbourne, Australia comes to the practice fresh every time.
When we walk with full awareness, our locomotion can soothe our hearts and train our minds to dwell more completely in the present.
Making a "Breathing Buddy" at the end of a cycle of mindfulness lessons gives pre-K students a fun way to practice self-calming at home.
The mindfulness path is very much about joy. I want to speak about an unusual, but potentially deep source of joy. The joy of being wrong.