Mission Be School Professional Development Trainings
Professional Development for Classroom Teachers Pre-K to 12th grade: One Hour to Five Day Trainings.
- Highlights of Mission Be Curriculum, lecture-based and interactive
- Handouts of activities, background knowledge and daily practices provided
- Research and purpose, modeling of each lesson, independent practice time, Q&A
- Unit 1 curriculum provided which includes 12+ weeks of lessons and activities
- Teaching & resource list.
Customized trainings for teachers and school administrators and staff to:
Learn Mindfulness Practices for Self-care
Enhance your personal self-care and relaxation practice: Each training includes dedicated time for mindfulness practices that can reduce stress and improve your physical and emotional well-being. This includes mindfulness meditation sessions, mindful eating, mindful walking, and informal mindfulness practices.
Learn How to Bring Mindfulness Practices to Your Classroom and School
Learn Mission Be’s 8-Week Mindfulness Program for children. Trainings includes Mission Be’s curriculum modules on mindfulness and the brain, mindful communication, reacting vs. responding, empathy, gratitude, and facilitation and class management skills. Expected immediate outcomes for students experiencing our curriculum include: Reduced stress, increased focus, improved emotion regulation, increased emotional intelligence, increased empathy and respect and increased resilience.
Build Peer Network
Our professional development trainings offers opportunities for teachers, school administrators and staff to authentically connect and learn from peers to integrate mindfulness in personal lives and in classrooms.
“What a beautiful week! Thank you! I obtained so much wisdom, perspective and love. I’m full to the brim!”
“Thank you so much for the invaluable teaching you shared. This workshop has been transformational on both the personal and professional level.”
“The training integrated heart and mind seamlessly. I’m walking away not just lighter, inspired, and grounded but also feeling more confident and equipped with immediately applicable tools, language, and content to deepen existing mindfulness practices in the classroom.”