Seminar Training/Advice Workshop

Mindfulness in the Classroom

Next date: Thursday 26 March 2020 6:30am
Lear Training

Lear Training

Cost: £30.00
This informative and engaging workshop is an introduction to mindfulness for educators, including how to integrate mindfulness strategies into routine classroom activities. You will learn from educators integrating mindfulness in their lives and in their classrooms to reduce stress, increase focus, improve emotion regulation, increase emotional intelligence, increased empathy and increase resilience.

If mindfulness is a topic that has sparked an interest in you, or you simply want to learn more and receive some basic resources for classroom activities then sign up today.  

The workshop is for teachers, tutors, teaching assistants or anyone working in education interested in mindfulness classroom strategies. The course will provide you with a clear and engaging pathway to introduce wellbeing into the classroom. By the end of the workshop, you will be able to

  • Identify what is mindfulness
  • What does mindfulness do to your mood and emotions
  • Benefits of mindfulness.
  • Implement mindfulness activities into your classroom
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Queens University
Lanyon Building
United Kingdom

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