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Benefits

Cultivate attention and well-being in teachers and students

Mindfulness offers the opportunity for cultivating attention, compassion, and well-being not only in the students, but also in teachers themselves.

The benefits of mindfulness in educational settings

For Teachers:
  1. Increases responsiveness to students’ needs.
  2. Supports stress management and stress reduction.
  3. Enhances classroom climate.
For Students:
  1. Strengthens attention and concentration.
  2. Reduces anxiety before testing.
  3. Improves memory and stress resilience.
  4. Improves classroom participation.
  5. Enhances social and emotional learning.

‘Evidence for Mindfulness: Impacts on the Wellbeing and Performance of School Staff’ by Katherine Weare, Emeritus Professor, Universities of Exeter and Southampton

There are many reasons why the development of mindfulness for teachers and school staff is a welcome move. Mindfulness has the capacity to improve staff occupational well-being and job satisfaction, improve performance, and reduce the wasted expenditure and human misery represented by the many days of stress-related sickness and attrition from the teaching profession. The evidence base for the beneficial impact of mindfulness on the young is growing rapidly and students clearly need teachers skilled in mindfulness to teach it.