Teacher and Leader Mindfulness – Christmas Mindfulness | educationsvoice

Christmas is a stressful time of the year for most people. Add 30+ Christmas happy children, several Christmas performances and Christmas parties on top of the normal day to day life of a teacher, and the Christmas time stress doubles. … Continue reading →

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Teacher and Leader Mindfulness – Christmas Mindfulness | educationsvoice

Christmas is a stressful time of the year for most people. Add 30+ Christmas happy children, several Christmas performances and Christmas parties on top of the normal day to day life of a teacher, and the Christmas time stress doubles. This Christmas give yourself an early Christmas gift and develop some mindfulness strategies. Each week … Continue reading Teacher and Leader Mindfulness – Christmas Mindfulness

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Mindfulness in the Classroom – Christmas Mindfulness | educationsvoice

Christmas is a stressful time for children and adults. The build up towards the BIG day is exciting and chaotic; so many colours, twinkling lights and sounds fill our environment! Our routines are disrupted and we can all get overwhelmed. Here are some ideas that can help you to continue to develop Mindfulness that can … Continue reading Mindfulness in the Classroom – Christmas Mindfulness

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Mindfulness in the Classroom Guest Blog – Colour Meditation | educationsvoice

Guest Blogger Gill Hancock – International School Teacher Never underestimate the power of colour, it can capture memories, places, moments as well as word and pictures. But how do young children view colour? Colours, together with shapes can help encourage children to define and organize the diverse world around them. What about all those colours … Continue reading Mindfulness in the Classroom Guest Blog – Colour Meditation

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Mindfulness in the Classroom – Colour Meditation | educationsvoice

Have you noticed your class drifting off, especially when learning a new topic or skill that is more difficult? Their eyes glaze over, they become more fidgety, shout-out, work avoidance and more. Professor Mark Williams, former director of the Oxford Mindfulness Centre, says that mindfulness means knowing directly what is going on inside and outside ourselves, moment … Continue reading Mindfulness in the Classroom – Colour Meditation

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Mindfulness in the Classroom – Autumn Mindfulness | educationsvoice

Autumn is an amazing season. The crisp, cool air, the fluttering of leaves falling to the ground and the smell of nature changing as it prepares for winter. Appreciating the world around us allows for a deepening of our mindfulness practice and no one does it better than children. Why not celebrate this change with some … Continue reading Mindfulness in the Classroom – Autumn Mindfulness

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