Equipping students + staff with the tools to thrive in school + in life. We are the generation of wellness.
Service projects are a great way to build community, empower students to dream big, and help others.
In this episode of the Generation Wellness Spotlight, you will:
- Find out why two WA state educators decided to create this service project and the ripple effect it created.
- Hear how a school district and local community raised over $20,000 to build two schools in Kenya.
- Learn ideas and specific strategies for implementing successful service projects.
The Generation Wellness Spotlight highlights educators around the world who have attended the Generation Wellness training. We believe in sharing the good work that our #wellnesswarriors are doing to create a better school, community, and world. If you have a story you would like to share, email us at: [email protected].
Interested in starting a service project at your school? Access the complete kit with example forms, flyers, emails, and more here:
We've got a simple practice for you that will increase student engagement, focus, and the overall learning experience! Are you ready for it? Drum roll please....
Get up and move!
Simple, but profound.
The science is clear: In order for students to learn, they need to be able to pay attention. In order to pay attention, we need to let students move.
Brain breaks re-energize the brain, so that more learning and retention can occur. According to Wendy Suzuky, "Movement is the most transformative thing we can do for our brains." Let's examine the reasons why according to research.
Benefits of Brain Breaks:
What We Can Do (Simple Action Steps):