Mindfulness fosters engaged students and happier children. By learning to be fully present, young people are empowered to balance their emotions.
In this 35 minute webcast, recorded on August 19th, 2018, Andrew Jordan Nance explores the concepts and practices that help stimulate the social and emotional learning of 4 to 15-year-olds.
What you’ll learn:
mindfulness activities and games for classroom or home
techniques for children to self-regulate their emotions
a deeper understanding of social and emotional learning (SEL)
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Andrew Jordan Nance has been an educator for over 25 years. He is the founder of Mindful Arts San Francisco, whose mission is to provide volunteer mindful educators to teach at underserved San Francisco Schools. Nance is also an award– winning actor and director. For almost thirty years he taught performing arts to students from diverse backgrounds, and for 18 years he was the Conservatory Director at San Francisco’s New Conservatory Theatre Center. He is on the Board of Directors of several educational– based non– profit organizations including the Mindful Life Project in Richmond California, San Francisco’s New Conservatory Theater Center, and Arts Ed Matters, a California– based arts– integration organization. Andrew Jordan Nance lives in San Francisco.