Equipping students + staff with the tools to thrive in school + in life. We are the generation of wellness.
Would you like to know more about our Regulate, Connect, Reflect Framework and/or how to navigate through these activities in the Generation Wellness App?
Join us for a free webinar hosted by three teachers using the Generation Wellness App in their classrooms.
WHEN: June 1st at 4pm
WHERE: Hosted on Zoom. Click this link to enroll and receive reminder emails: https://www.generationwellness.com/free-webinar
WHO: Anyone who teaches or works with PK-12th grade students.
WHAT: Watch live demos of Generation Wellness activities and hear how these activities can be taught in-person or virtually through the app or desktop version. You will leave this one hour virtual event with a plan of how to utilize the resources in your PK-12 setting.
Do you believe in creating a positive school climate, educating the whole child, and implementing cutting-edge discipline practices that decrease behavior referrals?
If your answer is yes, then we invite you to join over 15,000 educators who've experienced the Generation Wellness Training! You can host a private training at your school or email us if you're interested in hosting a "public training" for significant savings.
This fun, interactive one or two day training provides the blueprint for creating a trauma-informed school with practical tools that build self-regulation, connection, and focus, so that all students and staff have the opportunity to thrive.
Curious to hear what other principals, teachers, school counselors, and support staff are saying about the training? Watch the video above.
We look forward to seeing you at a one or two day training soon!
Rebecca Wenrich is an English Teacher at an Alternative High School who created a class focused on learning and practicing mindfulness in 2022.
In this episode of the GW Spotlight, Rebecca shares her insights about developing this class in hopes to inspire you and your school to implement simple tools for less stress and more success. Click play to watch the video which highlights:
With all of the uncertainty and constant change over the last few years, focusing on learning and practicing mindfulness and wellness in all PK-12 classes is needed more than ever. Rebecca shows us that this is possible at all levels, all subjects, everywhere.
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Do you desire to teach life skills, but don't have the time or energy to come up with quick lessons on the go that create impact?
The On-Demand Motivational Messages in the Generation Wellness App make teaching life skills simple with the click of a button. How? Here is more info about this online product:
What: An online resource for teaching essential life skills to 2nd - 12th grade students through quick, engaging, on-demand videos.
Who is this for: Educators who would like to teach social/emotional learning consistently.
Why are these videos important: Maximize learning through engaging, relatable content that's aligned to CASEL Standards.
Example Video: Click play on the video above (there are 20+ more videos like this inside the app).
How can I use these videos:
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Gratitude is thanking people with what you have.
The holidays are here and you may be wondering what to give your favorite educator. We've got you covered with 11 of our favorite gifts:
1. Teach Peace T-Shirt
Give your favorite educator the gift of a new shirt with an inspiring message. This Teach Peace shirt is a great reminder of how important it is to teach social/emotional skills and mindfulness. Some schools encourage their entire staff to where these shirts on various days of the week to build positive school culture. This shirt is sure to bring a smile to their face!
Unisex T-Shirt Color: Dark Gray Fit: True to size Adult Sizes S-3X
2. You Make A Difference Post Cards (set of 50)
One of the best gifts is a meaningful letter of gratitude. Give the gift that keeps on giving with these 50 postcards. Write a letter of gratitude to your favorite educator and give them the remaining 49 postcards...
Julie Bruey is a High School English Teacher who values learning her learners and teaching important life skills. In this episode of the GW Spotlight, Julie shares her insights about creating connection and consistency through WOOP Goals. Push play to learn:
With all of the uncertainty and constant change over the last year, consistent routines are needed more than ever. As you will see from watching this video, Julie shows us that these routines don't take much time, but creates massive positive impact. Thank you for your dedication to staff wellness, Julie! You are a true Wellness Warrior!
QUOTABLE: "What we need in education is a much better understanding of students and learning from a motivational and psychological perspective." - Angela Lee Duckworth
We invite you to watch this inspiring talk from Angela Lee Duckworth, an American academic, psychologist and popular science author who realized that IQ wasn't the thing separating the successful students from those who struggled. She explains her theory of "grit" as a predictor of success.
Stillness is the absence of movement or sound.
Can you remember a time when you stayed still for a moment, tuning into the present moment, aside from trying to go to sleep? How did it feel? Was your mind and body relaxed? Or was your mind buzzing with to dos, planning details, or ruminating over what happened throughout the day?
The idea of surrendering to stillness is counter-cultural to our fast paced, always on the go society. Multi-tasking is often the norm and we may feel that every second of the day is scheduled with an activity that needs to get done. In the midst of such busyness, many of us secretly long for a simpler life. One that reflects a slower pace, where we are able to relax and enjoy some peace of mind. We may fantasize about getting away from it all or leaving our responsibilities behind. But rather than retreating to a cabin in the woods or catching the next plane to a beachside villa, the real solution is to learn how to maintain a sense of inner peace while...