Yoga 4 Classrooms®
Yoga and Mindfulness Techniques for the Classroom: Educating the Whole Child
July 11, 2014
111 South St.
Facilitator: Lisa Brown/Licensed Y4C Trainer
SAU 6 employees $150.00 (includes materials)
Non SAU 6 Employees $180.00 (includes materials)
A growing body of evidence suggests that yoga and mindfulness education in schools improves learning readiness and social, emotional and physical health. In this workshop appropriate for educators, school counselors, administrators and therapists, we will explore in depth the benefits of yoga, mindfulness and health education and their practical applications in the typical classroom setting. A classroom-appropriate mix of yoga-based motor breaks, brain boosting movements, breath exercises, visualizations, mindfulness activities, creative movement and community-building games will be shared and experienced. Wellness and character-building discussion points such as the power of positive thinking, nutrition and being a peacemaker, address the whole child and also many school initiatives such as bullying prevention, health and wellness and social and emotional education. Teachers who implement Yoga 4 Classrooms® traditionally report that taking as little as 30 seconds to 5 minutes to practice these simple tools throughout the day helps their class community learn to self-regulate, leading to a more positive, peaceful, productive school day...not to mention happier, more resilient students. The workshop utilizes the 230 page, full-color Yoga 4 Classrooms® Program Guide and Yoga 4 Classrooms® Activity Card Deck, ensuring the program is both easy to use and sustainable for long-term implementation. No yoga experience is required. As we will be simulating a classroom experience, please wear your regular, comfortable clothing, keep your shoes on, and leave your yoga mat at home.
iPad for Educators
July 18, 2014
111 South St.
Claremont NH 03743
$449.00 includes iPad Mini 16GB
$150.00 without iPad Mini
Purchase orders or checks MUST be received by June 20, 2014
175 Broad St.
Claremont NH 03743
The iPad provides a wealth of possibilities for assistive technology with its brilliant graphics, audio and multi- touch interface. Participants in this workshop will learn about applications that make a difference for their students.
- Understand iPad basic navigation, native applications, and accessibility features
- Discover the role of various applications in the special education classroom
- Practice using iPad as a personal learning device to improve student achievement
- Download applications on the iPad
- Synchronize your iPad with your laptop (bring your laptop to the workshop – though not required)
- Find resources available for the iPads
Introduction to the iPad
- Native Apps
- Accessibility features
- Safari as a resource for you and your students
- Photos and help students use digital literacy
- Notes, a simple but powerful word processor
- See how the iPad can improve reading fluency
- Download and use Apps
- iBooks, a most powerful tool for your students
Please note: Participants should come with an iTune account already set up.
Creating Digital Posters with Your Students
July 9, 2014
111 South Street
Registration fee: $99.00
Are you looking for a fun, engaging project for your students? Do your students make old fashion paper posters? Are you looking for something new? This is the workshop for you!
In this workshop, you will discover how to create a digital poster project with your students. This platform allows students to link to websites, upload photos, and embed videos. Teachers of any subject can have their students construct media rich digital posters.
At the end of this workshop, you will have the resources to develop a rubric, design a lesson plan, and create your own digital poster.