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#47 Sussex County Teacher Edition: Lafayette / Barbara McIntyre

I feel that it's really important for educators to focus on the whole child, not just the academic piece because children today are dealing with so many emotions. - Barbara McIntyre One of the one things I’ve come to know about facing challenges and tragedies is that kids of all ages sitting in classrooms all throughout Sussex County and the state of New Jersey suffer greatly from them....

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#45 Sussex County Teacher Edition: Stanhope / Miss Reilly

Social and emotional learning is so easy to implement in your everyday teaching. - Maggie Reilly One of the one things I’ve come to know about facing challenges and tragedies is that kids of all ages sitting in classrooms all throughout Sussex County and the state of New Jersey suffer greatly from them. Year after year I witness these levels in children increasing. Students trust themselves less,...

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#43 Mindful Human Series: Part IV – The Role of the Mindful Human

In Part III of the Mindful Human series, we practiced getting in touch with sound as we played around with Mindful Listening.  If you didn’t get the chance to practice or listen to part three, you can check out episode #40 “Part III Mindful Human Series: Your Brain and Mindfulness”. You’ll want to go to shiftforwellness.com/40.  If you’d like to listen to the series in order, ...

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#40 Mindful Human Series: Part III – Your Brain & Mindfulness

In Part II of the Mindful Human series we practiced getting in touch with our Anchor Breath.  If you didn’t get the chance to practice or listen to part two, you can check out episode #38 “Part II Mindful Human series: Why Practicing Mindfulness is Necessary”. Visit shiftforwellness.com/#38. There you can read the blog post or listen to the podcast and you can also download...

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#38 Mindful Human Series: Part II – Why Practicing Mindfulness Is Necessary

In Part 1 of the Mindful Human series, we imagined what the world would be like if it were filled with people who were mindful.  People who paused and responded rather than reacted. People who looked up with a kind smile for you. People who paused to understand rather than made assumptions or judged? I challenged you to decide whether to choose to be a mindful...

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