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Wednesday, November 11 • 14:45 - 15:00
Mindfulness for Teachers in Science and Practice

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- Why is this an important topic in learning innovation?
Mindfulness in the classrooms has positive effects on the interaction between students and the students are behaving in more joyfull, productive and engaged way. Calming, setting attention and purpose can help to build resiliance and a cultural friendly environment in classes. Self-regulation can be learned with this technics and this counts as one of the most important factors for personal and interpersonal success. Self-regulation is important for well-being and health in life as the longterm Dunedin Multidisciplinary Health and Development Study has shown. It is a skill which can be learned and nurished.
- What will participants get out of participating in the experience?
You will be introduced in different technics and practices and the theorie behind the awareness practice for the class. The focus will be on calming, attention, resiliance and compassion. This practices will help your students to self-regulate their emotions and focus on the moment. It will reduce mental time travel and fear when students learn to focus on the present moment.

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Christine Sbick

Learning Innovator - mindfulness for kids, Schule an der Haveldüne
Christine Sbick is a high school teacher in Berlin at the Schule an der Havelduene. She is working not only with traumatised refugee children and children with migration backround and took the challange to integrate all of the children into the school system and life in Berlin. This... Read More →

Wednesday November 11, 2020 14:45 - 15:00 CET