Mindfulness Resources

Here are a few new Mindful Teachers posts that might be particularly useful right now, while schools are closed and so many of us are under 'stay at home' or 'shelter in place' orders:

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by Catharine Hannay, founder of MindfulTeachers.org

Here are a variety of useful activities and resources for  practicing and teaching:
  • mindfulness and meditation, 
  • kindness and compassion, 
  • generosity and gratitude, 
  • social responsibility, and 
  • social-emotional skills.

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If you're looking for different types of mindfulness activities and complementary practices: 

If you're looking for particular types of teaching resources for mindfulness and values-based teaching:

If you're interested in best practices in teaching mindfulness:

If you're looking for a variety of different perspectives on mindfulness:

If you found these resources useful, you might also be interested in the Self-Care Resources for educators and other helping professionals.

Catharine Hannay is the founder of MindfulTeachers.org and the author of Being You: A Girl’s Guide to Mindfulness, a workbook for teen girls on mindfulness, compassion, and self-acceptance.