Mindfulness is having both present-time awareness and mental calmness. These components help educators be more present and focused in the classroom.
Our enduring commitment to secularity reflects fundamental values of inclusivity and honoring the autonomy of students and our community members.
Noticing that which we appreciate uplifts the heart, strengthens resilience, and brings contentment.
“Gratitude rocks” provide a creative activity to introduce a gratitude lesson in your classroom. Try this as an individual or group project.
Here's a simple art project to spark creativity around expressing gratitude for K-12 students. Nurture and explore feelings of gratitude and connection.
A reflection on scientific studies of mindfulness in education that provides important context for understanding critiques of mindfulness research.
A mother gathers community support for mindfulness and community service through family activities and fun.
Listen to a guided meditation for back-to-school, and read reflections on using mindfulness to start the school year off with clarity, purpose, and care.
Mindful Schools welcomes Robert Thomas, new Executive Director, to lead the team into the next phase of its journey.