A Network Dedicated to Cultivating and Supporting Mindfulness in Educational Settings
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Mindfulness in Education, established in 2001, is a network that sees mindfulness as a solution to stress, confusion, and conflict in educational settings. This network aims to facilitate communication among educators, parents, students, and other community members who seek to cultivate and support mindfulness in educational settings.
Their website includes information, materials, and videos from conferences previously held by the network, as well as links to other resources such as articles on mindfulness practices with students, and access to an email listserv and Yahoo Group to connect with like-minded colleagues.
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