Mindfulness is having both present-time awareness and mental calmness. These components help educators be more present and focused in the classroom.
A thorough examination of critical claims that mindfulness represents a disguised attempt to establish religion within the secular sphere.
How can we grow sustainable mindfulness programs for youth? Learn how educator Leith Colton developed a program across 6 schools in Port Chester, NY.
How can we protect mindfulness from becoming subsumed by the culture of doing, and use it to counter the effects of "high volume doing?"
A pre-K class finds calm and kindness by taking some mindful breaths and listening carefully to one another.
Can one be a sincere mindfulness practitioner and take an antidepressant? Does medication prevent healing or can it be an aid to mindfulness?
Mourning the tragic loss of life in the killings of the last week in the U.S., how do we practice with painful emotions in relation these events?
A primary challenge today for those interested in mindfulness is finding the time to practice. This can be especially true for educators.
A Seattle, WA preschool embraces mindfulness and social-emotional learning after its founder establishes her vision and mindfulness practice for herself.