1. MINDFULNESS IN EDUCATION
“Just Breathe” – How Can Children Process Difficult Emotions?
The video was created by Mindful Schools graduate and filmmaker, Julie Bayer Salzman.
In this powerful short film, elementary school students share their learning to use mindfulness to navigate complex feelings.
“Aliza and the Mind Jar” – Mindfulness Through the Eyes of a First Grader
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Through the eyes of one first grader, watch how mindfulness lessons give the students at Girls Prep Bronx Elementary a chance to gain self-understanding
“Release” – A Whirlwind of Daily Pressures: How Students Cope
Middle school students manage the whirlwind of everyday pressures using the gentle skills of mindful attention.
Created by filmmaker Julie Bayer Salzman.
“Room to Breathe” – Transforming a Public Middle School Community
Faced with overwhelming behavioral and learning challenges, a public middle school in San Francisco decided to try something completely different
“I Am Mindful” – Sparking Self-Acceptance in the Classroom
“What Is Mindfulness?” – Awakening Kindness and Curiosity at School
Mindful Schools Curriculum Training – Sample Footage – In-Class Instruction
Footage of Megan Cowan, co-founder of Mindful Schools, teaching Lesson 2 (Mindful Breathing) of the Mindful Schools Elementary School Curriculum to a 4th grade classroom in Oakland, CA.
Mindful Schools In-Class Instruction
This video shows the Mindful Schools curriculum action. Mindful Schools (http://www.mindfulschools.org) offers adult courses to learn mindfulness, and how to teach it to children.
Mindful Schools Testimonials from Adults and Children
Live testimonials from the Mindful Schools 2011 banquet, featuring both adults and children. Learn more about Mindful Schools at www.mindfulschools.org.
2. OTHER MINDFULNESS VIDEOS
Melli O’Brien, a mindfulness teacher and practitioner explains what mindfulness is.
9 Attitudes Jon Kabat Zinn
Jon Kabat-Zinn talks about how to use 9 attitudes of mindfulness in our mindfulness practice and daily life.
Mindful Living – with Jon Kabat-Zinn
Jon Kabat-Zinn, the ‘father of modern mindfulness’, shares his groundbreaking ideas to help us live more mindfully and contribute to a happier, wiser and more compassionate world. This was filmed at an Action for Happiness event in London, on June 22, 2017.