Upcoming Webcast:

January 17, 2019
Tapping Inspiration, Building Accountability

January is a month that all of us, teachers and teens alike, make resolutions to improve, accomplish, and achieve. In this webinar, Amy will talk about how to use the tools of mindful awareness and contextual thinking to tap into a student’s passion to learn. When we can feed their inspiration and get them to recognize their own desires to learn and achieve, building accountability becomes a positive support along the way rather than a frustrating imposition. As always, the webinar will also include exercise and practice time.

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About Amy Edelstein

Amy Edelstein is a powerful communicator of ideas that can transform ourselves and the culture we live in. In 2014, she established the Inner Strength Foundation, which has trained over 5000 teens in Philadelphia high schools to work with the tools of mindfulness and systemic thinking and realize their higher potentials. Amy has thirty-five years experience with contemplative practice and is author of five books including The Conscious Classroom.