Evolution has primed our brains with a negativity bias, so postive experiences actually need more repetition to "stick" in our memories. Try 3 activities to promote kindness and self-care in your school.
Learn how Mindful Teacher Certification Program came alive for Grace. The retreat experience was the culmination of, and also the beginning of, a journey of self-discovery, self-work and self-love.
Teens spend an average of nine hours a day on digital technology. This excessive screen use is impacting mental health and learning. Learn five ideas to cultivate a healthy screen diet.
Growth mindset is an approach to learning where we embrace the challenge of learning. Learn how this Sports Psychology professor teaches growth mindset with mindfulness activities.
Is the act of giving the same as practicing generosity? And do they make the same impact on our inner-lives? Explore the science and different ways we can define and cultivate generosity–in our own lives and with youth.
As early as preschool, we're taught to be nice to others–but we are rarely taught how to be kind to ourselves. Build a "Compassion Board" or try this "Love Letter" exercise to empower your students with self-compassion.
Learn how Jackie, a school counselor in Florida's Brevard Public Schools, secured mindfulness professional development for her entire faculty, and is now presenting to her district, state, and beyond.
When a student athlete realizes their mind is filled with thoughts that can be noticed through mindfulness, anxiety lessens and joy gets reborn.
Robin shares two mindfulness exercises: one for elementary-aged students and another for high school students. Give these a try in your classroom!