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5 reasons you should integrate meditation in teaching from @edutopia

on April 1, 2013


Are you able to integrate daily quietude or optional meditation in your school?

Visitacion Valley Middle School reported the following results for using Quiet Time in school (in use since 2007).

  1. Suspensions and fights dropped by 50% in the first semester.
  2. Student anxiety decreased and self esteem increased.
  3. 33% of students reported sleeping better at night and 40% reported better ability to focus in class
  4. Overall, the environment at our school is more peaceful because of this program
  5. Faculty and Staff have received training in this program and have reported reductions in stress and greater clarity of mind

Check out the Quiet Time program resources at Edutopia’s Resources & Downloads for Meditation in Schools | Edutopia and enjoy this infographic on Meditation in Education.

Resources & Downloads for Meditation in Schools | Edutopia


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