One of the many challenges schools have been having in terms of both performance and behavior is being unable to regulate their student’s emotions. Now thanks to a partnership between ClassDojo, a classroom communication app company and Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence, this problem is sorted out, for not only the US schools but also the world at large.
Through the short videos, children are taught how to regain their inner calmness, feelings such as empathy and ideas such as the mindset growth. According to the sampled U.S teachers who have used the mindfulness curriculum, at least 90% of them agree to the fact that a third of students who’ve used watched the videos can relate to one of the curriculum objectives.
For sure, the Mindfulness curriculum is a win for the education industry all over the world. So far the video and learning materials is accessible in 35 languages. Once the students have been able to achieve peace and tranquility in their minds, they will be able to reduce anxiety and stress levels thus concentrating well in school and life.
With the current wave of internet stress, mindfulness is the best relief we have at taking controlling of our kids emotions.
ClassDojo is a classroom communication app founded in June 1, 2011 by Sam Chaudhary and Liam Don. The company is based in San Francisco, California but has influences in more than 170 countries all over the world.
With the student, parent and teacher in mind, ClassDojo has developed a communication curriculum that seeks to empower mindfulness in and out of class thus creating a community we all will be proud of someday.
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