Growing Your Mindfulness Practice in Community

Mindfulness is tuning in your full attention, on purpose, to the present moment and checking out what is happening with a curious and kind attitude. A regular mindfulness practice can strengthen your ability to slow down during difficult or stressful moments, so you are better able to manage your reactions and make wise, thoughtful decisions that support your values, beliefs, growth, and community.

This 6-week, live, online series is an opportunity for you to deepen your mindfulness practice and explore the integration of your practice into your role as an educator. Practicing and exploring mindfulness with a group of your peers can provide the motivation to stay curious and kind in your practice. We will use the book Mindfulness in the Secondary Classroom: A Guide for Teaching Adolescents by Patricia C. Broderick to aid discussion and reflection. A copy of this book is included in the registration fee, and we will mail a copy to your home address.

To be eligible to register for this series, you must have completed at least 4 hours of mindfulness training prior to beginning this series. The Be CALM Program training, Mindfulness for Educator Well-being meets this requirement.

 

If you plan to teach the Be CALM Program Curriculum...

This is a required component of the Be CALM Program training series to be eligible to teach the Be CALM Program student curriculum. You must attend at least 5 of the 6 sessions in this series to meet eligibility criteria.

To be able to run this series, each group must have at least 6 participants. The maximum participants per group is 10.

DATES AND TIME

Mondays

Jul 20th, 27th,

Aug 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th

4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Cost: $100 per person

Receive $15 off when you register for this series in combination with the Mindfulness for Educator Well-being Training.