Mindfulness is having both present-time awareness and mental calmness. These components help educators be more present and focused in the classroom.
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How a mindful filmmaker brings the power of her practice and her intuitive skills to create deep connections in the classroom and on the screen.
Take your students on a Nature Walk and use the fives sense to help them connect with the world around them, each other, and themselves.
One day, Jill’s husband noticed, “You are a completely different person since you've been doing this." Learn about her path in becoming a mindful teacher.
At its heart, mindfulness practice is meant to empower people. It gives us the capacity to see more clearly and to make conscious choices.
When an experienced mindfulness instructor realizes how different teaching this skill is from what she had assumed, her teaching comes alive.
Make waves and have some fun with this mindful activity that will ask your students to work together and bring awareness to physical sensations.