Peace of Mind Essentials Part 1: Welcome to Peace of Mind for Pre-K-8!
This three-part interactive virtual training provides educators, school staff and teachers working with pre-K through Grade 8 students the opportunity to develop a deeper understanding of the Peace of Mind Curriculum. 

This curriculum helps students notice and manage their emotions, practice kindness, empathy and gratitude, build healthy relationships and become peacemakers. The Peace of Mind Curriculum equips educators to support the well-being of their students, build connected classrooms and contribute to kinder and more inclusive school communities. 

The first session of this three-part series, hosted by OSSE in partnership with Peace of Mind, will cover: Context and Curriculum: The Peace of Mind Story; Curriculum Pillars, Goals, and Theory of Change; Curriculum Organization and Sequence; and a deep dive into sample lessons relevant to participants grade levels.  Preparing to Teach: The why and the how of beginning or deepening your own Mindfulness Practice. This workshop will include a mix of presentation, discussion, and experiential mindfulness practices.  We will close with community conversation and intention setting.

This training is intended for educators, school staff and teachers serving grades pre-K through grade 8. Participants will receive 1 professional learning unit (PLU) for full participation in each of the three sessions, for a total of 3 PLUs for full participation in all three sessions. For more information, please email Jessica.Dulay@dc.gov.  
Non Data System
1.0 hour
Web Seminar Course
Pre-requisite Course
Created on July 27 at 11:16 AM (EDT). Owned by Dulay, Jessica.
Jessica Dulay
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