• Educator Well-Being

    We cannot emphasize enough how important caring for yourself is during this time. Read on to find ways to connect with your community for support along with mind-body practices to promote your own wellbeing. Many educators are finding themselves at home right now with their lives looking very different than they were even just days ago. Throughout this time Breathe for Change is going to be offering live yoga classes, meditations and community conversations.

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  • Care for Caregivers: Tips for Families and Educators

    Parents, teachers, and other caregivers play a critical role in helping children cope with crises, often ignoring their own needs in the process. However, caregivers must take good care of themselves so they are able to take good care of the children in their charge.

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  • Educators: You Have Permission to Take Care of Yourself, Right Now

    Educating our youth is a calling that draws some of the most hard-working and dedicated people. Teachers are also prone to burnout–in fact, last year, public school teachers quit their jobs at the highest rate on record. Educators, it’s time to start showing yourself care and compassion, right now.

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  • 5 Ways to Help Teens Manage Anxiety About the Coronavirus

    People of all ages are concerned about the spread of the coronavirus, and teenagers, as a group, tend to experience emotions especially intensely. If you are raising, teaching or otherwise caring for an adolescent who is feeling very nervous about it, here are five things you can do.

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  • Reduce Student Anxiety (and Your Own) During Uncertain Times

    Given the uncertainty we're all experiencing due to the coronavirus outbreak, it's not easy to "keep calm and carry on," as teachers are expected to do. Most are preparing for (or already experiencing) a school closure. And students are worried as they try to make sense of the quickly changing situation.

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  • Helpful Tips on Introducing Yoga to Kids!

    As a certified children’s yoga instructor, and a mommy, I’ve had the pleasure of introducing yoga to young children, starting at toddlers on up–and oh what fun it’s been! You may even see your younger baby doing some traditional yoga poses naturally (downward dog and happy baby are some early favorites)!

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  • Psychologists’ Advice For Newly Remote Workers

    As employers close offices to slow the spread of COVID-19, here’s advice from I/O psychologists on how both managers and employees can work more effectively during this time.

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  • Free Online Support and Training by Region-20

    Digital Age Learning Webinars—A series of FREE webinars and virtual office hours is available. View the offerings now!

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  • Working from Home with Kids? How to Manage the Impossible

    "It's a mistake to pressure yourself to make everything work as normal. There is going to be an adjustment period." Here's some advice for parents who are embarking on new work-at-home lives for the next few weeks.

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