Mindfulness is having both present-time awareness and mental calmness. These components help educators be more present and focused in the classroom.
Learn more about Mindfulness in Education from our staff and contributing authors.
Our enduring commitment to secularity reflects fundamental values of inclusivity and honoring the autonomy of students and our community members.
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.
Though we often associate communication skills with handling conflict, mindful communication is about so much more. Try these tips and a guided meditation, and explore how to deepen your friendships and strengthen connections.
We're committed to supporting conversations and furthering the work on social justice, race and diversity in our community and pleased to announce the creation of an Inclusion and Diversity Action Team.
Some of the moments we suffer most are self-inflicted moments of self-judgment. Explore how to navigate your way through past traumas and negativity bias with compassion and kindness.
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.
We're making some changes to support you in awakening your potential and to bring mindfulness to those who need it most.
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.