Teaching Mindfulness ~ May 24, 2021 (5 days)

Register Here https://odie.esu10.org/workshops/SectionDetails.aspx?SectionID=6237
DepartmentESU 10 - T&L
Primary ContactTheresa Ritta-Olson
Description
To Register: bit.ly/TeachMindfulReg 
Students learn best when they are in emotionally supportive classrooms. Many of the students we work with are experiencing stress, trauma, or lack a sense of belonging. This course will provide teachers with practices, resources and support to help cultivate a learning environment where students can thrive. 
The foundation of this workshop is an 8 week online course through Mindful Schools. By completing this course, participants will receive access to the Mindful Schools K-12 curriculum. The online course starts on May 20 and goes through July 14. There will also be 4 in-person/Zoom half day sessions through ESU 10 to expand on the content from the online course and to collaborate with colleagues from across the region. 
For more information about the course: https://www.mindfulschools.org/training/201-mindfulness-in-the-classroom/ 
LocationESU 10 Kearney NE - Conference Rooms E & F - South Wing
Section Date(s)
May 24, 2021      1:00 PM       2:00 PM  
June 01, 2021      9:00 AM       12:00 PM  
June 21, 2021      9:00 AM       12:00 PM  
July 07, 2021      9:00 AM       12:00 PM  
July 19, 2021      9:00 AM       12:00 PM  
Prerequisites Mindfulness Fundamentals or 101: Mindfulness Foundations through Mindful Schools
Audience K-12 Educators that completed the Mindfulness Foundations/Fundamentals course
Distance LearningYes, this section can be taken via distance learning.
LunchNo, lunch is NOT provided.
StudentsNo, student support is NOT enabled for this section.
Extra CreditYes, this section can be taken for college credit.
CommentsThis course can be taken 3 graduate level credit hours throughout the summer.  
To register for College Credit fill out this form online: https://go.hastings.edu/register/hcworkshop
You will not be able to pay for the course until after the first day, but you can register any time. 

Note:  Subject to change based on available funds.

Registration deadline is May 5. Cancellations not received by May 7 at 8am will be billed the workshop fee. If a replacement can’t be found. 

ESU 10 Title IV Consortium members are eligible for contracted services pay during the summer. By attending all 4 half days, consortium members may earn $300. Title IV Consortium members can earn a maximum of $750 in the summer.