Helping families and educators promote social and emotional wellbeing in children
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The Heart-Mind Online website, developed by the Dalai Lama Center for Peace and Education in Vancouver, Canada, is a collection of evidence-informed resources that can help to promote positive social and emotional development of children. Targeted primarily towards educators and caregivers, this visually engaging and easy to navigate website provides information, tools and activities that individuals and communities can apply into their teaching and caregiving practices.
All content is denoted by the Heart-mind well-being qualities of: secure and calm, gets along with others, alert and engaged, compassionate and kind, and solves problems peacefully. A more detailed breakdown of what these qualities encompass can be found here.
Resources can be browsed by themes (such as empathy, anxiety, conflict resolution etc), developmental age, and is organized into resources for educators or families.
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