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Why Mindfulness Should Be Part of Your School's SEL Strategy

Why Mindfulness Should Be Part of Your School's SEL Strategy

In today’s world, including social emotional learning (SEL) skills in your school’s curriculum is more important for youth than ever. SEL skills like self-awareness, compassion for others, and emotional regulation are essential for kids and teens,...



25 Creative Gratitude Journal Prompts for Your Middle School Students

25 Creative Gratitude Journal Prompts for Your Middle School Students

Nourishing a regular gratitude practice is one of the best things we can do to support our mental health. Lots of adults keep gratitude lists or journals, but we often don’t think about how to help young people cultivate this important life skill.



How to Get Middle School Students Into Mindfulness

How to Get Middle School Students Into Mindfulness

Mindfulness is for everyone, and that includes middle school students. But some middle school teachers may easily shy away from trying to implement mindfulness in their classrooms. Those who work with middle school students might worry about...



Mindful Classroom Management: How to Take a Mindful Approach to Teaching

Mindful Classroom Management: How to Take a Mindful Approach to Teaching

The practice of mindfulness, or paying deep attention to the present moment, has endless benefits for teachers. Not only has mindfulness been found to help students learn better, but it also improves both your and your students’ mental health.



7 Tips for Teaching Compassion to Your Elementary School Class

7 Tips for Teaching Compassion to Your Elementary School Class

Empathy is the ability to put yourself in another’s shoes and understand them. Compassion, some say, is empathy put into action. Compassion is what drives us, as humans, to help others in need, even when we don’t know them personally. In some ways,...



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