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Educalme Classroom Level 1 Training: Teaching Mindfulness in the Classroom for Social, Emotional and Academic Growth
May 8, 2020 @ 1:00 pm - 3:30 pm$349.00
Location: Online – a link to join the video conference will be sent to you a week before the event.
Timezone: Central Standard Time (CST)
Presenter: Kailey Lefko B.Sc. B.Ed. CYT and Co-founder of Educalme
Worry, stress and anxiety are a reality in today’s schools. When students are distracted, their brains aren’t ready for learning. Getting them to calm down and focus can feel impossible. Don’t feel helpless, frustrated or overwhelmed any longer.
Teach your students to self-regulate through mindfulness using Educalme Classroom.
With Educalme Classroom, students and teachers learn concrete skills for emotional wellness and mental health. They both leave the classroom better equipped to overcome life’s challenges.
In this workshop, you will get a year membership to Educalme Classroom, the step by step, full year, online mindfulness program that is transforming classrooms and improving student wellness and learning. You will also get training on how to use this program with your students in the classroom and for remote teaching and learning. You will leave the workshop with a clear plan and the confidence to begin supporting your students with Educalme Classroom immediately following this workshop.
Sign up for this workshop if you want to empower your students to understand their emotions and give them concrete strategies for overcoming life’s challenges.
This is a live, online workshop. You will be able to ask questions and interact with Kailey during the video conference. A link to join the live online event via video conference will be emailed to you one week before the event. You will need a computer, tablet or smartphone connected to the internet to join the event. A recording of the workshop will be sent to all registrants in case you cannot attend live.
“The concrete strategies in the audio guided mindfulness practices and supporting materials help my students to self-regulate and to understand their bodies and minds.”
– Janelle Laflèche, grade 2 teacher