Mindful Schools
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  • A quiet revolution is taking place in schools around the world. Mindfulness is a research-backed technique being introduced in education. Students are becoming more focused, more compassionate, more self-regulated, and stronger academically. Teachers are becoming less stressed, more compassionate, and more satisfied in their jobs. Learn how Mindful Schools is transforming schools communities fro...

Mindful Schools
Mindful Schools
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Mindful Schools
Mindful Schools
YouTube Video
Mindful Schools
Mindful Schools
YouTube Video
Mindful Schools
Mindful Schools
YouTube Video
  • A quiet revolution is taking place in schools around the world. Mindfulness is a research-backed technique being introduced in education. Students are becoming more focused, more compassionate, more self-regulated, and stronger academically. Teachers are becoming less stressed, more compassionate, and more satisfied in their jobs. Learn how Mindful Schools is transforming schools communities fro...

Mindful Schools
Mindful Schools
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  • Watch the full film at http://www.mindfulschools.org/rtb. Room to Breathe explores the personal transformations that happen for students, their families, and educators as mindfulness is introduced in a truly challenging public school environment. By providing a raw and realistic look at the experience, it shows how integrating mindfulness, along with patience, skill, collaboration and more, can tr...

Mindful Schools
Mindful Schools
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  • The inspiration for “Just Breathe” first came about a little over a year ago when I overheard my then 5-year-old son talking with his friend about how emotions affect different regions of the brain, and how to calm down by taking deep breaths — all things they were beginning to learn in Kindergarten at their new school, Citizens of the World Charter School, in Mar Vista, CA. I was surprised and ov...

Mindful Schools
Mindful Schools
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  • Shawn, a 1st graders, teaches you about the parts of the brain. "I taught this lesson once, and Shawn got up immediately and taught it back to his class – I was SO proud and SO delighted. At this point, most of my 1st-5th graders have this language down, and it has had dramatic results on our interactions. Grateful, Grateful to Mindful Schools.” - Joanie Terrizzi, PS 126, New York, NY

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