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Do you include SEL or mindfulness education in your work, prior to school closures or distance teaching? If so, briefly share how. (128 characters max)
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As a way to build community (SEL) and at the beginning of certain classes (mindfulness).
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At the beginning of the lesson, we will occasionally have the students sit in a circle, close their eyes and just listen...
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Both integrated into Whole Health Studies program implemented in pilot middle schools 2019 - 2020 until shutdown.
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Breathing (e.g., Hoberman sphere), sensory experiences (mystery herbs in garden) yoga poses, coloring mandalas in history
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Breathing practice, community circles, intentionality in garden tasks, etc.
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Breathing, opening all the senses, shaking the body, taking in the weather/sky, checking your feelings
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Calm Classroom curriculum
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Children had yoga classes in the past prior to covid.
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daily check-ins/check out, produce yoga, breathing & centering, invitations to check-in with oneself & one's emotions,
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I am a mindfulness and SEL consultant for adults in business but very interested in how we bring this into schools.
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I am learning how to implement this into my teaching practices!
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I have had one Responsive Classroom training and gardening with students training with a local organization called SEEDS
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I just started my job in August! Looking forward to learning about it in this webinar and practicing it in my future work.
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I personally try to build it into our garden routine prior to doing activities in the garden.
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I play games with students that are based on slowly building trust and safety within the group.
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I remind students to connect to their bodies and ground into the earth. I use breathing excercieses and mindful eating activity
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I tried to incorporate a "mindful minute" at the beginning of my garden lessons to get present and use our senses.
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In small ways -- as students arrive at the farm for a tour/activities, after greeting we tune in to our senses.
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incorporating social awareness and relationship skills into science and engineering practices
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k-5 in 4 elementary schools; establishing Mindful Ambassadors for each school
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meditation, yoga, breathing strategies
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Mindful Eating
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Mindful lessons with students and staff - a mindful minute, mindful mornings, mediation, yoga. Casel training for teachers.
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Mindful moments, daily check ins
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MIndful practices for staff at the county who work with schools
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Mindful Tastings
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nderstandYes, during the Summer we do a "Mindfulness Activities that help the children stay connected to their environment
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Only as a reminder for students to check in with themselves when feeling stressed - and breathe!
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Practiced mindfulness in distance video teaching, and we integrate SEL practices into all of our lessons and field trips
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SEL brief check ins at beginning of activity, story-telling used often
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Supporting bottom up regulation to increase capacity for connection and learning
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The school has begun to include yoga and other mindfulness and calming activities in classrooms
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Very little- our Garden Educators implement small amounts of mindfulness in teaching elementary children in the garden.
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We begin most lessons with a moment of gratitude, to bring us all together and let us "land"
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We evaluate our programs through a lens of SEL, and incorporate mindfulness in almost every lesson we deliver
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We have a mindful tasting exercise and sometimes practice quiet breathing, but nothing formal.
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We incorporate mindful tastings into our monthly F/V lessons
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We occasionally do sit spots or mindful moments.
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We participate in team building workshops and offer some compassionate communication classes.
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We use Peace Education in our programs! Mindfulness practices like community circle, appreciations, and peace table.
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When kids are out of control excited, I will invite them to take a moment to pause and take a deep breath.
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Yes in conflict resolution and when identifying feelings and as part of our Brain Breaks
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Yes we do we use the Second Step curriculum
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yes with some school garden programs where the teachers drive this process. We have a mindfulness moment to begin each session.
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Yes- our farm to school lessons all incorporate SEL techniques like check-ins, mindful moments, work in partnerships and groups.
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Yes-we provide trainings to our AmeriCorps team on mindfulness and SEL
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yes, during field trips and outdoor learning experiences, we had reflective nature journaling activities
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Yes, getting participants to visualize the connection between their self and nature if we can connect to nature we will learn ma
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Yes, I always liked Life Lab's curricula because I think it incorporates SEL into lots of the lessons. Listening moments, etc.
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Yes, I am a prevention educator through a local domestic/sexual violence support and prevention agency. I primarily teach SEL.
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Yes, I followed the Mindful Schools Curriculum weekly
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Yes, I teach yoga and mindfulness classes at a K-8 school. I also integrate SEL into middle school health and advisory.
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Yes, I tried breathing exercises during my science classes. Also added daily quotes that helped students to reflect.
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Yes, I try to incorporate sit spots for students.
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Yes, in combination of garden instruction we teach youth how to create sustainable lifestyles and reducing child hunger.
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Yes, in openings and closings of our cooking and gardening classes.
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Yes, mostly journal reflections on experiences in the garden
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Yes, restorative circles, student directed learning, empathy focused curriculum, mindfulness activites
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yes, sensory awareness, breathing techniques
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yes, through continuous and scaled up indepth PD on trauma informed ed
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Yes, through guided meditations, asking permission from plants before harvesting, and doing mindful tastings.
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Yes, we do check ins on where kids are at beginning of lessons and at the end do a window with the hands to show were we are at.
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Yes, we would have a mindful minute at the beginning of every class period. The students also had yoga class 1x week for 35 min
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Yes! Mindfulness time in the garden or with cooking. Like mindful tasting
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Yes. 5 minute “inner garden” practice at the beginning of garden class
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Yes. I incorporate many moments of stretching, smelling, and mindful tasting into my lessons with students.
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Yes. I teach nutrition and we taste food. I include mindfulness around cultural and social diversity in food ways and tastings.
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Yes. Mindful eating, yoga, sound maps.
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Yes. Recipe of Me - what makes each of us unique; value in our individual selves and value in each other.
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Yes. The first 6 weeks of class we focus on creating relationships with our students before we start teaching content.
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Yes. We include practices in every lessons focused on breathing, movements, and calming.
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Yes. We open and close each lesson with a gratitude practice.
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