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Attention

Numerous studies show improved attention, including better performance on objective tasks that measure attention.

Emotion Regulation

Mindfulness is associated with emotion regulation across a number of studies. Mindfulness creates changes in the brain that correspond to less reactivity, and better ability to engage in tasks even when emotions are activated.

Compassion

People randomly assigned to mindfulness training are more likely to help someone in need and have greater self-compassion.

Calming

Studies find that mindfulness reduces feelings of stress and improves anxiety and distress when placed in a stressful social situation.


 FOR TEACHERS:

+ In class Instruction
+ Lunch and Learn Sessions
+ Before/After School Sessions
+ Professional Development Program
+ Online Training

FOR ADOLESCENTS AND CHILDREN:

+ In class Instruction
+ Completed in one day or over a series of days

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Evidence Of The Benefits Of Mindfulness In Education
Mindfulness with Teachers

When teachers learn mindfulness, they not only reap personal benefits such as reduced stress and burnout15 but their schools do as well. In randomized controlled trials, teachers who learned mindfulness reported greater efficacy in doing their jobs16and had more emotionally supportive classrooms17 and better classroom organization18 based on independent observations.

 
 Mindfulness with Students

Studies find that youth benefit from learning mindfulness in terms of improved cognitive outcomes, social-emotional skills, and well being. In turn, such benefits may lead to long-term improvements in life. For example, social skills in kindergarten predict improved education, employment, crime, substance abuse and mental health outcomes in adulthood.



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MINDFULNESS AT SCHOOL ~EMPOWERING KIDS AND TEACHERS AT YOUR SCHOOL

Here’s a summary of research findings on benefits of mindfulness particularly relevant to educators:

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