Mindfulness-Based Program Enhances Teacher Wellbeing


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According to Penn State researchers, participating in a mindfulness-based program boosts a teacher's wellbeing.

The CARE (Cultivating Awareness and Resilience in Education) for teachers program, developed by the Garrison Institute, a New York-based nonprofit, is designed to reduce stress and improve teachers' performance and classroom learning environments. The research appears in the journal School Psychology Quarterly.


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