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Jedi listening, highs & lows, bucket filling... Learn mindful activities for the dinner table to build family connection.
Can mindfulness lead to a positive outlook on life? Does it encourage an optimistic point of view? Yes, we think so. Try 3 three simple practices and get the guided meditation.
What does restorative justice look like in schools? Learn how restorative talking circles are helping to build community and safe spaces for students.
Looking for mindful activities to try with your kids at home? Try these 2 mindfulness-based activities from author Susan Kaiser Greenland.
What is the difference between SEL and Mindfulness? SEL uses an outside-in approach with a focus on building skills; Mindfulness works from the inside-out, building on everyone’s innate capacities for relationship building, such as empathy and kindness ...
Research shows that secure attachments in childhood create the foundation for mental processes such as executive functioning and emotional regulation. Learn how "secondary attachment figures,” or teachers, are essential in student development.