For the first time, Mindfulness in Schools Project partner Anima Learning will bring the Teacher Training to the Sunshine State of Florida. As always, we will demonstrate the lessons in real-time, explore the pedagogy of the curriculum, and share our experience of teaching in the classroom while also supporting a nourishing, restful, retreat ‘feel’ to the course. Participants will have the opportunity to practice teaching key exercises to one another, in order to leave feeling confident and empowered to teach the curriculum to young people aged 11-18. For more details about this course, please click here.
This is a non-residential course. Each training day will run approximately from 8:30am – 5.00pm, with a 8:45 am registration time on Day 1 and a 3.00pm finish on Day 4.
The course fee of $995 will include tuition and refreshments for the four days of training.
The final location in Miami has yet to be determined. We will let registrants know as soon as we have more information.
Candidates who meet the Prerequisites for training and agree to the Terms & Conditions for booking a Teach .b course and the Terms and conditions of teaching the .b curriculum are very welcome to apply.
Please note: participants who want full certification must attend each lesson and stay through our final session.
About the instructor:
Founder and principal of Anima Learning and US Partner to the Mindfulness in Schools Project, Ted DesMaisons has been synthesizing innovative approaches to learning for over 25 years. After completing his graduate work at Stanford (MBA) and Harvard (Masters of Theology), Ted taught religious studies and philosophy at a private boarding school in western Massachusetts. He trained to teach Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) with Jon Kabat-Zinn, Saki Santarelli, Florence Meleo-Meyer, Bob Stahl, and Carolyn West at the University of Massachusetts Center for Mindfulness. A long-time teacher and performer of improvisational theater, he infuses trainings with interactive play. He writes regularly about improv, contemplation, and positive reinforcement on his ANIMA blog (www.AnimaLearning.com/blog) and co-hosts a new podcast, Monster Baby: A Curious Romp Through the Worlds of Mindfulness and Improvisation.