Upcoming Webcast:

April 18, 2019
The Dynamics of Calm

Calm doesn’t always look “quiet.” Quiet isn’t always calm. Calm doesn’t always look still. Stillness isn’t always calm. Learn more about how to create authentic calm, ease of being, and openness in your classroom. Learn how to identify when your students are benefitting from that experience of calm and when their quietness or stillness is more a sign of apathy, lethargy, or disengagement. Mindfulness promotes alert attentiveness, curiosity or interest in life, warmth and a caring connectedness. As always, we’ll do some practices to experience calm and to promote calm in the classroom.
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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.