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What is Mindfulness? 8:11
Mindfulness in Education 4:36
Starting Class Mindfully
Using a Classroom Mantra 5:26
Creating Your Own Classroom Mantra 5:40
Motivation Boards 3:14
Mindfulness and Body Awareness
Mindful Breathing 5:47
Movement Breaks 4:17
Mindful Transitions 6:12
Classroom Management Through a Mindful Lens
Zones of Regulation 3:28
Whole Class Mindfulness Exercises 2:32
Individual Mindfulness Exercises 5:12
Art Projects and Mindfulness 2:02
Smaller Project Ideas 5:00
Larger Project Ideas 4:16
Unlock Certificate: 5 Questions
3 PD Hours
1 Discover how to develop a classroom mantra and motivation board for your classroom.
2 Learn mindful breathing techniques that can focus you and your students.
3 Explore art projects that directly support mindfulness in the art room.
Art teachers everywhere are growing more aware of the increasingly important social-emotional needs of their students. Incorporating mindfulness into the art classroom can be one way to encourage students to slow down and become more aware of themselves and the art-making process. Join Sarah Krajewski as she shares classroom-tested strategies for incorporating mindfulness into your daily professional practice.
5.1 Celebrates student successes
5.9 Demonstrates rapport with students
5.10 Manages behavior so the classroom environment is conducive to learning
5.11 Maintains self-control in challenging situation
5.13 Works to build rapport and positive relationships with students
Elementary Art Teacher, AOEU Writer, and PRO Facilitator
Sarah Krajewski is an elementary art educator in Wisconsin. Her teaching philosophy is mirrored in her classroom mantra: "I am positive. I am creative. I am mindful. I am amazing. I am an artist.”