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This workbook offers a step-by-step curriculum of classroom-ready mindfulness lessons for personal and professional development. It’s a trove of fun, easy activities specially designed to help educators engage K-12 students and cultivate mindful attributes like attention, compassion, and well-being. Rich with simple and effective tips, techniques, worksheets, and guided ex This workbook offers a step-by-step curriculum of classroom-ready mindfulness lessons for personal and professional development. It’s a trove of fun, easy activities specially designed to help educators engage K-12 students and cultivate mindful attributes like attention, compassion, and well-being. Rich with simple and effective tips, techniques, worksheets, and guided exercises developed through extensive on-the-ground experience with real students and teachers, The Mindful Education Workbook empowers readers with all the tools they need to integrate mindful education in the school day.


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This workbook offers a step-by-step curriculum of classroom-ready mindfulness lessons for personal and professional development. It’s a trove of fun, easy activities specially designed to help educators engage K-12 students and cultivate mindful attributes like attention, compassion, and well-being. Rich with simple and effective tips, techniques, worksheets, and guided ex This workbook offers a step-by-step curriculum of classroom-ready mindfulness lessons for personal and professional development. It’s a trove of fun, easy activities specially designed to help educators engage K-12 students and cultivate mindful attributes like attention, compassion, and well-being. Rich with simple and effective tips, techniques, worksheets, and guided exercises developed through extensive on-the-ground experience with real students and teachers, The Mindful Education Workbook empowers readers with all the tools they need to integrate mindful education in the school day.

41 review for The Mindful Education Workbook: Lessons for Teaching Mindfulness to Students

  1. 4 out of 5

    Ryan

    Great resource for educators who want to implement a mindfulness practice for themselves and in their classroom. A bit focused toward younger children for my tastes and a bit basic, but that’s needed to get people started.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Melissa

    This is a great companion to the online training Rechtschaffen offers as it gives the full lesson outline for each activity.

  3. 5 out of 5

    MaryAnne

    Excellent - so many wonderful ideas to integrate into the classroom

  4. 5 out of 5

    Skylar Primm

    Every once in a while, I step away from a book for a very long time for no particular reason. This was one of those books. By the time I reached the meat of the text, in the form of a progression of 30 lessons in mindfulness, I was swept up in a very stressful school year and in no shape to consider trying them. Summer is (mostly) a more restful time, and I’m glad I was able to take this back up. Leaving my personal story aside, Daniel Rechtschaffen continues to make a compelling case for bring m Every once in a while, I step away from a book for a very long time for no particular reason. This was one of those books. By the time I reached the meat of the text, in the form of a progression of 30 lessons in mindfulness, I was swept up in a very stressful school year and in no shape to consider trying them. Summer is (mostly) a more restful time, and I’m glad I was able to take this back up. Leaving my personal story aside, Daniel Rechtschaffen continues to make a compelling case for bring mindfulness practices into the classroom (begun in The Way of Mindful Education: Cultivating Well-Being in Teachers and Students), and provides a convenient set of lesson plans and best practices for doing so. I’m going to try them in my classroom this fall, and I think the lessons’ progression from a personal to a global perspective will fit very well with our school’s ethos. In the end, I was left inspired by two sentences from the book’s final paragraph: “The healing of our society requires more people who can empathize, being attuned to the needs of others. The healing of our natural environment requires people who are attuned to the needs of the planet.” Who can argue with that? Is it not our moral obligation as educators to work toward this more perfect world?

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