November 15, 2018
Cultivating Gratitude: Building a Culture of Thanks

A Special Thanksgiving Broadcast
How do we recognize, practice, and generate a culture of gratitude?
Thanksgiving in America is a time when it is culturally acceptable to focus on gratitude rather than acquisition. We spend time appreciating what we have, who we can share our lives with, and the greater world around us. As educators, we can cultivate this ‘attitude of gratitude’ in ourselves, in our students, and in our classrooms. In this webinar, Amy will explore different ways to think about thankfulness and share practices that we can do for ourselves and with the teens we teach, mentor, and parent.

Webinar Access

Return here and click the link below at event time
Date/Time: Thursday November 15th at 2:00pm US ET

https://InstantTeleseminar.com/Events/111176634

If you don’t have access to the web, you can listen in by dialing (425) 440-5010, and using the following conference pin: 331678#


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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.