Free Webinar Replay: Mindfulness Goes to School: How Meditation Helps Students with ADHD Thrive


Did you know that day-to-day mindfulness actions can advertise more centered and collaborative studying — in particular for students with ADHD? Practicing mindfulness day by day brings the category in combination and encourages students to consider and strengthen one some other. A day-to-day dose of mindfulness, at house or in school, improves attention, boosts self-esteem, and helps kids better observe their emotions. And it’s so easy. Here, learn how teachers, oldsters, and caregivers can release the easy, attractive yoga and mindfulness practices shown to assist kids with ADHD.

In this webinar, lecturers and parents will learn:

  1. The social and emotional advantages of mindfulness for kids with ADHD
  2. How mindfulness enhances studying and educational fulfillment
  3. Simple steps for making a mindfulness routine
  4. Yoga and meditation activities for home
  5. 10 tactics academics can convey mindfulness apply to the study room
  6. How to create guided meditations at school and residential
  7. The perfect sources to improve mindfulness

Meet the Expert Speaker:

Elliott Buck, M.Ed., has over twenty years of enjoy teaching Pre-Okay to third grade in independent faculties. She earned her Master’s in Education at Lesley University. She teaches at the Glen Urquhart School in Beverly, Massachusetts. Elliott brings her passion for yoga, meditation, and mindfulness into the second-grade classroom. Outside of teaching and spending time with her circle of relatives, Elliott enjoys gardening, enjoying golf, snowboarding, mountain climbing, and accumulating rocks at the seashore.

Webinar replays include:

  • Slides accompanying the webinar
  • Related sources from ADDitude
  • Free publication updates about ADHD

This ADHD Experts webinar was first broadcast live on October 12, 2017.

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