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5 Trauma-Sensitive Mindfulness Exercises to Try With Your Students

5 Trauma-Sensitive Mindfulness Exercises to Try With Your Students

Teachers are catching on to the importance of designing a trauma-informed space in their classrooms. The term “trauma-sensitive” (or “trauma-informed”) refers to the practice of being knowledgeable about the prevalence of trauma in our communities,...



What Does it Mean to Build Community in a Classroom?

What Does it Mean to Build Community in a Classroom?

Community and belonging are some of humankind’s most important needs. We all need some kind of community, regardless of age, gender, race, or anything else. Having a community gives us a sense of belonging – the knowledge that our existence matters...



Why Teacher Mental Health Needs to Be a Top Priority This Year
Is Kindness Good for You? Research Suggests It Is

Is Kindness Good for You? Research Suggests It Is

Have you ever been on the receiving end of an act of kindness? Perhaps the person in front of you at the drive-through paid for your meal. Or a friend flew in to visit you when you were having a hard time. Whatever it was, receiving kindness likely...



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