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  • “I Am Mindful” - Sparking Self-Acceptance in the Classroom
    Students rarely slow down during the day. When they do, it allows them to turn inward and embrace themselves exactly as they are. Dylan, a high school freshman, shares his experience learning mindfulness meditation. “I Am Mindful” was filmed at Gateway High School in San Francisco. Join thousands of educators bringing mindfulness to their schools at MindfulSchools.org
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  • "What Is Mindfulness?" - Awakening Kindness and Curiosity at School
    High school students tell their story of learning to pay attention to the here and now. Their teacher, Ms. O, observes a meaningful shift in the classroom. “What Is Mindfulness?” was filmed at Gateway High School in San Francisco by our friends at Soffin Films. Join thousands of educators bringing mindfulness to their schools at MindfulSchools.org
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  • "Room to Breathe" - Transforming a Public School Community
    Faced with behavioral and learning challenges, a San Francisco middle school decided to try something new: mindfulness meditation. This is their story. “Room to Breathe” was directed by Russell Long for PBS World Channel in 2013. Join thousands of educators bringing mindfulness to their schools at http://MindfulSchools.org
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  • "Arrive" - A Mindful Minute Goes a Long Way
    At the start of class, Ms. O guides her students in a simple meditation. This allows them to quiet their nervous systems and get ready to learn. “Arrive” was filmed at Gateway High School in San Francisco. Learn more at www.mindfulschools.org.
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  • A Quiet Revolution - Mindfulness in Education
    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...
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  • Room to Breathe Trailer
    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...
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  • "Just Breathe" by Julie Bayer Salzman & Josh Salzman (Wavecrest Films)
    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...
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  • Pam_mindfulness
    Pam, Mindful Schools Year-Long Certification instructor, on mindfulness (YL retreat 2014). Learn more at: http://www.mindfulschools.org/YL
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  • A First Grader in NY Explains His Brain
    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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