Tag: children

Mindfulness in the Classroom – The Importance of Science Based Research

Mindfulness, in my opinion, is one of the most effective things I have added to my classroom.  After teaching for more than 20 years, I have been to countless PD workshops on many topics, but nothing has done more for my students than this.… Continue Reading “Mindfulness in the Classroom – The Importance of Science Based Research”

Mindful Parenting

In continuing my mindfulness research, I came across a topic that is very near and dear to me…parenting.  I recently heard Dr. Shefali Tsabary speak about being a more conscious parent and how it seems as though there is a disconnect in our society… Continue Reading “Mindful Parenting”

Four Square Breathing

In my research of mindfulness, it has been amazing to me to read about all of the different types of breathing that can help with anxiety.  As someone who can be pretty anxious myself, I have been trying some of these techniques and have… Continue Reading “Four Square Breathing”

Mindful Monday: Breathing

My goal this summer was to use my time to improve my own mindfulness practice and to learn more about it in general so that I could be a better teacher for my students.  I recently attended a workshop on yoga and mindfulness for… Continue Reading “Mindful Monday: Breathing”