“When you’re ready to wake up, you’re going to wake up, and if you’re not ready you’re going to (say)…a ‘poor little me.’”
Lisa Thomas Prince and Lori Gustafson offer the following ten tips for teaching mindfulness in the classroom at any grade level.
“Every act of perception is to some degree an act of creation, and every act of memory is to some degree an act of imagination.”
We can’t control everything and apologizing for things out of our control can set unrealistic expectations of teachers.
The source of all human suffering has something to do with loneliness–our systems pit us against one another in an illusion of competition.
Yes, taking action will probably make you anxious but child abuse is preventable. Here are some tips and resources for teachers.