We are hearing more and more about the benefits of mindfulness for children – increased attention leads to better performance academically and increased emotional and social intelligence. Children are better able to learn, to nurture themselves, and to be aware of their emotional needs.
But what about teachers? In a hectic and often stressful work day, teachers are focussed on helping their students learn in the best possible way and on student wellbeing, with little time to think about their own wellbeing. And yet teachers’ wellbeing and resilience is a crucial element for a caring, compassionate classroom – and a thriving learning environment.
Enjoy these tips for nurturing teacher mindfulness.
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