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- Mindfulness for Self Regulation: Classroom Strategies for Teachers (Northeast PBIS Presentation & Resources- May, 2018) – Children aren’t born with self-control or mental flexibility – but these skills can be taught. Mindfulness strategies help children develop awareness of their thoughts, emotions, and reactions: the basic building blocks of self-regulation.
- Mindfulness and School-wide Expectations Examples: Work smarter and not harder by streamlining messages. See examples of how mindfulness skills and strategies can be anchored to universal expectations and defined within a teaching matrix. Additional information on expectations and matrix development available.
- NASP Communique Handout: Frequently Asked Questions to Consider When Implementing Mindfulness Based Interventions in Schools: “The concept of mindfulness has become increasingly popular across a variety of contexts related to school climate (e.g., educator self-care, discipline) and student well-being (e.g., coping with stress and anxiety). As popularity grows, it becomes increasingly important for school teams to evaluate mindfulness-based interventions in the context of their school community and consider how mindfulness fits with current school initiatives.”