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3 Quick Mindfulness Exercises for Teachers to Use Throughout Their School Day

3 Quick Mindfulness Exercises for Teachers to Use Throughout Their School Day

Here at Calm Classroom, we talk a lot about how mindfulness can help students. But mindfulness isn’t just for kids — its benefits for adults have been confirmed, too. That means that teachers can use mindfulness to reduce stress levels and feel...



How Calm Classroom Changed Students’ Lives at Samuel Gompers School

How Calm Classroom Changed Students’ Lives at Samuel Gompers School

At Samuel Gompers School, many students were struggling with violence and behavioral challenges. Principal Melody Seaton brought in Calm Classroom to help students learn how to process negative emotions, stay focused, and avoid violence.



What Is Mindfulness, and Why Do Younger Kids Need It?

What Is Mindfulness, and Why Do Younger Kids Need It?

You might have heard of mindfulness as a strategy to help adults feel less stressed. But what about for kids? It turns out that mindfulness can be just as beneficial for young children as it is for teens and adults. And teaching kids mindfulness...



See How This Teacher Tested Calm Classroom

See How This Teacher Tested Calm Classroom

One third-grade teacher, Bill Vasileff, decided to test Calm Classroom’s effectiveness as part of a science project with his students. He and his class tested students’ heart rates before and after doing Calm Classroom exercises, and they found that...



Fight, Flight, or Freeze in Schools: How to Recognize Stress Responses

Fight, Flight, or Freeze in Schools: How to Recognize Stress Responses

Have you ever heard of “fight or flight?” The fight-or-flight response (now amended to be the fight, flight, or freeze response) is our body’s way of helping us confront dangers and other stressful situations. Although this response has been...



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