Mindfulness in Education
Recent research shows that the average attention span for young children is now about 4 seconds. Research only corroborates what parents and family are increasingly becoming aware of: children are unable to focus or concentrate for more than a short while, what is diagnostically called ADHD.
There is also the problem of higher stress rates amongst young children, and the fact that they are growing up in societies and cultures that are more crowded, competitive and violent.
How can we raise children to be more resilient, gentle, kinder and respectful? Children who do not demand instant gratification, and are not on a short fuse.
We believe children can practice inner awareness and meditation and that children who are exposed to these early in life will grow up to be adults that the world needs: thoughtful, kind, emotionally stable persons.
We are looking for opportunities to work in the classroom and if you are an administrator or a teacher in a school and want to find out more about what we can do together, please email or call us.
Together we can create programmes in schools that will support the education of young minds in ways that
will help make them more emotionally-resilient adults.
We prefer to work with students who are 9+ years.
This programme can also be tailored for the summer holidays/camps.
MiE is also suitable for teachers and administrators.
Please email us for more information.
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