Mindfulness in Education & Human Development
Dr. Robert Roeser joined MindWell-U for a live, interactive discussion sharing his experience working in the area of mindfulness as it relates to education and human development.
As promised, MWU is pleased to share the broadcast with you, along with other resources including:
- Registration for your free trial of the evidence-based 30 Day Mindfulness Challenge, which has been shown among other things to reduce stress, increase resilience and improve performance
- Results of the poll questions asked during the webinar
- How the 30 Day Mindfulness Challenge benefits students and educators
- Information on our next webinar: "How Mindfulness Supports the Caregiver"
Penn State University's Dr. Roeser shares key insights on:
- The three skills teachers need to reduce stress, burnout and distress
- How to move schools towards a more mindful and compassionate culture
- Bringing mindfulness practices and programs to schools in a sustainable way
30 Day Mindfulness Challenge
We're pleased to invite you to trial the 30 Day Mindfulness Challenge as our guest starting on Monday, December 4.
In addition to being all online and only five minutes a day, the Challenge is used in the workplace and school environment because it's evidence-based and shown among other things to significantly reduce stress, increase resilience and improve performance. Everyone who takes the training gets to do so with a buddy of their choice as the buddy system is proven to increase engagement and completion.
Teachers from Fredericton High School describe the impact of the 30 Day Mindfulness Challenge
Students from Fredericton HS share how they benefitted from the 30 Day Mindfulness Challenge
UBC's Health Promotions Coordinator Miranda Massie discusses the 30 Day Mindfulness Challenge
webinar Poll Results
We conducted a few polls throughout the webinar and below are the responses...
next webinar - all are welcome
"How Mindfulness Supports Caregivers"
Thursday, December 14 from 1:00 to 2:00 p.m. ET
Millions of people act as caregivers and are often sandwiched between caring for children and caring for parents. Without proper self-care, this can lead to stress and illness.
Join expert Nancy Krisemen to learn how mindfulness helps reduce stress, increase resilience and prevent burnout and compassion fatigue.
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