Pure Community Webinars

We are committed to helping educators easily access content to support well-being. Our team will continue to host daily, live webinars. In the section below you can view both our upcoming and on demand webinars. We are grateful for the work you do every day to make our world a little better.  Educators, access Headspace for free.

FRIDAY, MAY 29 - JUNE 5

New Series: Planning for the Return – The Importance of Social Emotional Learning

David Adams, M.Ed. Director of Social Emotional Learning at The Urban Assembly

Join David Adams & Chi Kim as they kick off a special series Planning for the Return focusing on the importance of social emotional learning as we all prepare for school in the fall.

Friday, May 29 – 9AM PST / Noon EST David Adams, Director of SEL UA & CASEL Board Member: Resilient Schools

Monday, June 1 – 9AM PST / Noon EST Principals Dr. Dawn Brooks Decosta & Kennard Branch: SEL & Tech

Tuesday, June 2 – 9AM PST / Noon EST Dr. Victor Carrion & Teri Lawler: Trauma Informed Care

Wednesday, June 3 10AM PST / 1PM EST Dr. Rebecca McLelland-Crawley & Reyna Texler: Building Student Agency 

Thursday, June 4 9AM PST / Noon EST Dr. Marc Brackett Dir. YCEI & CASEL Board Member: Become an Emotion Scientist

Friday, June 5 9AM PST / Noon EST Patrick Cook-Deegan: Purpose Learning

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WEDNESDAY, MAY 27 AT 6AM PST/9AM EST register  

New Series! Mornings with Gill, Mondays & Wednesdays Through June 26th

Gill McClean Director of Professional Development & National Trainer

During this live session, Gill will lead you through a sequence from our Mindful Movement/Virtual PE Class (pre-recorded sessions can be accessed https://pureedgeinc.org/virtual-pe-classes/ ). Dress comfortably and join us every Monday and Wednesday to get your day started!

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WEDNESDAY, MAY 27 AT 10:30AM PST/1:30PM EST register  

Self-Care for School-Based Mental Health Providers: Session 4

Michelle Mitchell Director of Partnerships & National Trainer

This special Mental Health Awareness Month self-care series for mental health providers will offer experiential sessions designed to support the well-being of school-based MHPs as they continue to provide essential services to our community each day.

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WEDNESDAY, MAY 27 AT 12PM PST/3PM EST register  

Keep Your Mind Up with Goldie Hawn: Easy Mindfulness Tools & Tips for Parents & Teachers

Goldie Hawn Founder, Mind Up

You’ve asked for a deeper dive into the MindUP program. Please join the MindUP team for a special one-hour webinar! You’ll gain an understanding of the basic structure of the research-based program MindUP and access to easy tools for teachers and parents to use at home.

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WEDNESDAY, MAY 27 AT 4PM PST/7PM EST register  

Get Moving Self-Care Series: Wednesday Wind Down with Anne

Anne Contreras Director of Programs & National Trainer

During this late afternoon/evening series, Anne will lead you through a Breathe, Move, Rest sequence to help attendees relax and unwind midweek.

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THURSDAY, MAY 28, AT 9AM PST/12PM EST register  

Self-Care Series: The Power to Shine

Gill McClean Director of Professional Development & National Trainer

Learn how health and wellness practices help us develop positive mental and emotional states.

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FRIDAY, MAY 29 AT 9AM PST/12PM EST register  

Planning for the Return: SEL & Resilient Schools with David Adams & Chi Kim

David Adams, M.Ed. Director of Social Emotional Learning at The Urban Assembly

There have been several national guidance documents for the safe return to school. One consistent message is that supporting the social and emotional needs of learners and educators should be a central focus. Join us for a noontime conversation as we share our contextual definition of SEL competencies, as well as examples from the field and practical strategies for implementation.

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MONDAY, JUNE 1 AT 9AM PST/12PM EST register  

Planning for the Return: Award-Winning School Leaders

Dr. Dawn Brooks DeCosta & Principal Kennard Branch

We’ve read your feedback and are excited to announce the Ask Us series. Join us and ask our panelists, Dr. Dawn Brooks-DeCosta and Principal Kennard Branch, implementation questions related to SEL and technology.

 

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MONDAY, JUNE 1 AT 1PM PST/4PM EST register  

New Series! Mondays with Michelle Through June 22!

Michelle Mitchell Director of Partnerships & National Trainer

In this series, Michelle will lead a Breathe, Move, Rest sequence to help attendees begin to relax and unwind to reset for the rest of the day.

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TUESDAY, JUNE 2 AT 9AM PST/12PM EST register  

Planning for the Return: Addressing Stress & Anxiety Through Trauma-Informed Care

Dr. Victor Carrion & Teri Lawler

Join our expert panelists, Dr. Victor Carrion and Teri Lawler, who will answer your questions about stress and anxiety in the context of trauma-informed care.

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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3 AT 9AM PST/12PM EST register  

* New Date* Self-Care Series: The Power of the Brain-Body Connection

Gill McClean Director of Professional Development & National Trainer

In this session, develop an understanding of the nervous system to help manage physical health and emotions.

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WEDNESDAY JUNE 3 AT 9AM PST/12PM EST register  

Planning for the Return: Building Student Agency

Dr. Rebecca McLelland-Crawley & Reyna Texler

Join our two award winning mindful educators who have successfully implemented mindfulness and well-being into their school programs. Meet the educators who continually build student agency though their creativity and dedication.  Learn how they have created virtual SEL sessions & mentored the team of NuYu!

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THURSDAY, JUNE 4 AT 9AM PST/12PM EST register  

Planning for the Return: Become an Emotion Scientist

Dr. Marc Brackett Founder and Director, Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence

Join us for a conversation with Dr. Marc Brackett, author of Permission to Feel, as he shares how we can all become emotion scientists. Read his latest articles.

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FRIDAY, JUNE 5 AT 9AM PST/12PM EST register  

Planning for the Return: Building Resilience Through Purpose Learning

Patrick Cook-Deegan Founder & CEO of Project Wayfinder

Join us in conversation with Patrick Cook-Deegan, a leader in reimagining adolescent education through the lens of purpose learning. Read his most recent article: Can the Lockdown Push Schools in a Positive Direction? In 2015-2016, Patrick was an education innovation fellow at Stanford’s d.school striving to answer a specific question: How do we help high school students craft meaningful lives? A year later, Project Wayfinder was born.

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MONDAY, WEDNESDAY & FRIDAYS, MAY 11 - MAY 22 11:30AM PST / 2:30PM EST

Culture of Care Webinar Series

Pure Edge, Inc. National Trainers

Please join us Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays for a 12 session series.  Each session is 65 minutes.  Participants can join any session in the series. We know that balancing the needs of online instruction and planning for a return in the fall is challenging.  We have planned this series to help you build knowledge, self care and social emotional learning skills into your online & in person classes.  Every session is free and live.

Culture of Care Series: 

Mon 4/27 Session 1: Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) & Self-Care  [PDF]  [Video]

Wed 4/29 Session 2: Respond vs. React: Super Powers  [PDF]  [Video]

Fri 5/1 Session 3: Stress & Allostatic Load  [PDF]  [Video]

Mon 5/4 Session 4: The Neuroscience of Stress, Part 1  [PDF]  [Video]  

Wed 5/6 Session 5: The Neuroscience of Stress, Part 2  [PDF]  [Video

Fri 5/8 Session 6: Neuroplasticity  [PDF]  [Video

Mon 5/11 Session 7: Creating Healthy Habits  [PDF]  [Video

Wed 5/13 Session 8: Taking in the Good  [PDF]  [Video

Fri 5/15 Session 9: Six Critical Healing Factors  [PDF]  [Video

Mon 5/18 Session 10: Building Belonging – Emotion & Cognition  [PDF] [Video]

Wed 5/20 Session 11: Brain Breaks Implementation  [PDF] [Video]

Fri 5/22 Session 12: Culture of Care Implementation  [PDF]

 

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FRIDAY, MAY 22 AT 9AM PST/12PM EST

Implementation Series: How to Access & Integrate Pure Edge Materials to Teach Online

Jess Weaver Program Manager & Trainer

During this one hour webinar, we will share how to access our free resources and tips on how to best integrate strategies for virtual teaching and learning.

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MAY 15-21 at 7AM PST/10AM EST watch now  

Autocuidado y Manejo Del Estrés Para Profesionales De Primera Respuesta al COVID-19

Susana Cruylles International Trainer

Presentadora: Dra. Yamilka Alsina-Martin, Dra. Nuria A. Sabaté, Dra. María Rolón y Susana de Cruylles

18 de Mayo – Módulo 1: Introducción y estrés

19 de Mayo – Módulo 2: Neurociencia del estrés y Claves traumáticas

20 de Mayo – Módulo 3: Estrategias de manejo del estrés: cognitivas y emocionales

21 de Mayo – Módulo 4: Autocuidados

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THURSDAY, MAY 21, AT 9AM PST/12PM EST

Self-Care Series: The Power to Laser Focus

Gill McClean Director of Professional Development & National Trainer

Discover how to more accurately assess situations, tackle complex problems, empathize, and self-regulate.

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WEDNESDAY, MAY 20 AT 10:30AM PST/1:30PM EST

Self-Care for School-Based Mental Health Providers: Session 3

Michelle Mitchell Director of Partnerships & National Trainer

This special Mental Health Awareness Month self-care series for mental health providers will offer experiential sessions designed to support the well-being of school-based MHPs as they continue to provide essential services to our community each day.

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WEDNESDAY, MAY 20 AT 9AM PST/12PM EST

Power of Mindfulness Series: Implementation Grades 6-12 – “Rest”

Anne Contreras Director of Programs & National Trainer

This series will focus on implementation of Brain Breaks for learners grades 6-12 and their teachers. This 30-minute session focuses on Rest.

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TUESDAY MAY 19 AT 12PM PST/3PM EST watch now  

Heart, Mind & Body Series: Teaching with a Social, Emotional, & Cultural Lens

Nancy L. Markowitz Founder and Executive Director Center for Reaching & Teaching the Whole Child

Building on the work of CASEL, Teaching with a Social, Emotional, and Cultural Lens (Markowitz and Bouffard, 2020) provides a roadmap for K-12 classroom teachers and university teacher educators to address issues of equity by integrating social-emotional learning and culturally responsive teaching in support of academic achievement and the well-being of students and educators . 

Nancy Lourié Markowitz, Ph.D. is Founder and Executive Director of the Center for Reaching & Teaching the Whole Child (CRTWC.org) and Professor Emerita at San José State University. She has also worked as an urban elementary school teacher in Los Angeles and as a K-8 school administrator.

Heidi Stevenson, Ph.D., has taught preschool, elementary school, and adult migrant education students in low-income schools in the San Francisco Bay area. She is currently an Associate Professor of Education at University of the Pacific and Assistant Director of CRTWC.

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TUESDAY, MAY 19 AT 9AM PST/12PM EST watch now  

Power of Mindfulness Series: Implementation Grades 6-12 – “Standing”

Anne Contreras Director of Programs & National Trainer

This series will focus on implementation of Brain Breaks for learners grades 6-12 and their teachers. This 30-minute session focuses on Standing.

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FRIDAY MAY 15 AT 9AM PST/12PM EST watch now  

Heart, Mind & Body Series: Providing Equitable Access for Student Support via Tele-Services

Support Services Panel Chandrai Jackson-Saunders, Joseph Batiano, Rachel Webb, Chi Kim

(ASL Interpreter / Side by Side screen available for all participants) * Join a panel of Student Support Services experts: Chandrai Jackson-Saunders, NASP School Psychologist of the Year 2020; Joseph Batiano, RI School Counselor of the Year 2018; & Rachel Webb, School Social Worker Sacramento City USD; facilitated by Chi Kim.  These incredible educators will engage in an important discussion regarding student support services and providing equitable access via tele-service. Learn some of their thoughtful techniques used to provide student support services during this time of physical distancing. They will also share some of the roses and thorns that virtual school has posed as well as share what they foresee as critical needs as schools plan to re-open in the fall.

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THURSDAYS, 11AM PST / 2PM EST

DE DOE Educator Self-Care Series: Learn, Live, and Share

Michelle Mitchell Director of Partnerships & National Trainer

This 4-week series designed for the Delaware Department of Education will involve 45 minutes of online instruction and a 15-minute weekly homework assignment using the Headspace app. The sessions are designed to move your personal practice to the next level. Participants will apply focused awareness to building safe and supportive relationships, strengthening co-regulation with others, and building interaction skills that support social competence and academic success.

Educator Self-Care Series: Learn, Live, and Share

Thursday, May 21: Day 4 

On Demand:

Thursday, April 30: Day 1  [Video]  [PDF]

Thursday, May 7: Day 2  [Video]  [PDF]

Thursday, May 14: Day 3  [Video]  [PDF

Thursday, May 21: Day 4  [PDF

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THURSDAY, MAY 14, AT 9AM PST/12PM EST watch now  

Self-Care Series: The Power to Tame Your Temper

Gill McClean Director of Professional Development & National Trainer

This session will explore how the brain forms habits, along with constructive ways to deal with anger.

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WEDNESDAY, MAY 13 AT 10:30AM PST/1:30PM EST watch now  

Self-Care for School-Based Mental Health Providers: Session 2

Michelle Mitchell Director of Partnerships & National Trainer

This special Mental Health Awareness Month self-care series for mental health providers will offer experiential sessions designed to support the well-being of school-based MHPs as they continue to provide essential services to our community each day.

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WEDNESDAY, MAY 13 AT 9AM PST/12PM EST watch now  

Power of Mindfulness Series: Implementation Grades 6-12 – “Seated”

Anne Contreras Director of Programs & National Trainer

This series will focus on implementation of Brain Breaks for learners grades 6-12 and their teachers. This 30-minute session focuses on Seated.

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TUESDAY MAY 12 AT 11AM PST/2PM EST watch now  

Heart, Mind & Body Series: Learners & Leaders

HS Panel

In this special session highlighting Mental Health Awareness Month, meet an incredible group of CA & NJ high school student leaders who are focused on supporting mental health through service to others. Our panelists are students from Kearny High School in San Diego, CA, & NuYu Club leaders from West Windsor-Plainsboro High School, NJ. These leaders are focusing on mindfulness & wellness strategies to promote the importance of mental health.

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TUESDAY, MAY 12 AT 9AM PST/12PM EST watch now  

Power of Mindfulness Series: Implementation Grades 6-12 – “Breathe”

Anne Contreras Director of Programs & National Trainer

This series will focus on implementation of Brain Breaks for learners grades 6-12 and their teachers. This 30-minute session focuses on Breathe.

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MONDAY, MAY 11 AT 9AM PST/12PM EST watch now  

Stress & Anxiety: Coping, Staying Healthy & Building Resilience in College Students

Susana Cruylles International Trainer

In this special session, Susana de Cruylles & Dr. Hilit Kletter of Stanford University will provide coping strategies for college students.

 

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FRIDAY MAY 8 AT 9AM PST/12PM EST watch now  

Heart, Mind & Body: Conversation and Live Meditation with the Women of Headspace

Alice Nathoo & Evelyn Lewis Content Director (Eve), Brand Experience (Alice), Headspace!

Chi Kim welcomes Alice Nathoo & Evelyn Lewis for a conversation & live meditation.

Meet Alice Nathoo & Evelyn (Eve) Lewis, the incredible women of Headspace! Alice leads Headspace Brand Experiences and Social Impact, which through the Headspace for Education program offers free access to all K-12 teachers across the US, UK, Australia and Canada. Eve is the Content Director within Headspace for Work, creating new content, inspiring strategy and teaching members about the benefits of meditation and mindfulness. In 2019, Eve became the female voice behind the guided meditations. She is also a Brand Ambassador for Headspace and is a trained mindfulness meditation teacher.
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THURSDAY, MAY 7, AT 9AM PST/12PM EST watch now  

Self-Care Series: The Power to Be Calm

Gill McClean Director of Professional Development & National Trainer

This session will illustrate how developing mindfulness can influence decision-making.

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WEDNESDAY, MAY 6 AT 10:30AM PST/1:30PM EST watch now  

Self-Care for School-Based Mental Health Providers: Session 1

Michelle Mitchell Director of Partnerships & National Trainer

This special Mental Health Awareness Month self-care series for mental health providers will offer experiential sessions designed to support the well-being of school-based MHPs as they continue to provide essential services to our community each day.

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WEDNESDAY, MAY 6 AT 9AM PST/12PM EST watch now  

Family Brain Breaks Series: Play Time & Down Time

Michelle Mitchell Director of Partnerships & National Trainer

In this series, experience Brain Breaks as a family. Thirty minutes of interactive Breathe, Move, Rest strategies will be provided for your family.

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TUESDAY, MAY 5 AT 9AM PST/12PM EST watch now  

Power of Mindfulness Series: Mindful Speech & Action

Anne Contreras Director of Programs & National Trainer

This experiential session Mindful Speech and Action will focus on the difference between mindful and non-mindful speech and action. This will be primarily for Youth, grades: 6th-12th.

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MONDAY, MAY 4 AT 9AM PST/12PM EST watch now  

Heart, Mind & Body: Saving Superman – Focusing on Educator Self-care

Saving Superman Panel Dr. Victor Carrion, Teri Lawler, Kennard Branch & Chi Kim

Panelists Dr. Victor Carrion, Teri Lawler, Kennard Branch moderated by Chi Kim
Saving Superman – The Importance of Educator Self Care, Now More Than Ever. This session was selected by SXSW EDU on the SEL Track. Since the conference was canceled, we wanted to the bring this panel to you. Join panelists: Dr. Victor Carrion, Stanford Medicine, Teri Lawler, Delaware Department of Education, and Kennard Branch Principal of Garfield Prep Academy in DC Public Schools as they discuss how developing an evidence based integrated model of educator self care is critical for the care of our nation’s 55+ million learners. Hear from state and district leaders who are making this a priority.

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THURSDAY, APRIL 30 AT 9AM PST/12PM EST watch now  

Self-Care Series: Strategies to Increase Energy and Vitality Part 2

Gill McClean Director of Professional Development & National Trainer

This session will look at how stress depletes our energy levels. Participants will experience simple strategies to re-energize.

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29 AT 1PM PST/12PM EST watch now  

Stress Management for High School Students

Michelle Mitchell Director of Partnerships & National Trainer

In this 30 minute interactive session, we will share the neuroscience of stress and its impact on the body. You will learn simple strategies to alleviate stress through breath, movement & rest.

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29 AT 9AM PST/12PM EST watch now  

Family Brain Breaks Series: Connecting Time

Michelle Mitchell Director of Partnerships & National Trainer

In this series, experience Brain Breaks as a family. Thirty minutes of interactive Breathe, Move, Rest strategies will be provided for your family.

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TUESDAY, APRIL 28 AT 9AM PST/12PM EST watch now  

Power of Mindfulness Series: STOP

Anne Contreras Director of Programs & National Trainer

This session will articulate the difference between “responding” and “reacting” to a situation through the four steps of STOP. The target audience is educators and youth, grades 6-12.

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MONDAY, APRIL 27 AT 9AM PST/12PM EST watch now  

Heart, Mind & Body: Principal Perspective – Leading in a Time of Physical Distancing

Dawn Brooks Decosta, Ed.D. Principal, Thurgood Marshall Academy Lower School

Dawn began her service of teaching 25 years ago and has worked as a teacher for the NYC DOE teaching in Harlem, NYC for 16 years and has served as Principal of Thurgood Marshall Academy Lower School (TMALS) for the past 9 years. Dawn Brooks-DeCosta, EdD will share how to incorporate culturally responsive pedagogy to maintain positive school culture during remote learning with an emphasis on the well-being of her staff, scholars and families through Ruler, Brain Breaks and Self-Care programs.

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FRIDAY, APRIL 24 AT 9AM PST/12PM EST

Heart, Mind & Body: Self-Care, Healing, & Equity-Responsive Practices in the Time of Corona

Dena Simmons, Ed.D. & Chi Kim, CEO

Dena Simmons, Ed.D., is the Assistant Director of Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence, where she supports schools to use the power of emotions to create a more compassionate and just society. She has been a leading voice on teacher education and has written and spoken across the country about social justice pedagogy, diversity, education reform, emotional intelligence, and bullying in K-12 school settings, including the White House, the inaugural Obama Foundation Summit, the United Nations, two TEDx talks, and a TED talk on Broadway.

Per the request of the speaker, this session was not recorded.  Dr. Simmons asked to share these documents with you: Applying an Equity Lens to Social, Emotional, and Academic DevelopmentWhy COVID-19 Is Our Equity Check 

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THURSDAY, APRIL 23 AT 9AM PST/12PM EST watch now  

Calming Strategies for Young Children, Part 2

Gill McClean Director of Professional Development

Kids and adults process stress differently. This session will introduce a variety of ways to help young children stay calm and happy. Children are welcome to join!

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THURSDAY APRIL 23 AT 8AM PST/11AM EST watch now  

Estrategias de manejo de estrés frente a Covid-19 para estudiantes universitarios

Susana Cruylles International Trainer

Se hablará de neurociencia del estrés, de los problemas específicos por la situación de Covid-19 de los estudiantes universitarios y se proporcionarán estrategias de calma para afrontarlo.

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22 AT 9AM PST/12PM EST watch now  

Family Brain Breaks Series: Focus Time

Michelle Mitchell Director of Partnerships & National Trainer

In this series, experience Brain Breaks as a family. Thirty minutes of interactive Breathe, Move, Rest strategies will be provided for your family.

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22 AT 8AM PST/11AM EST watch now  

Heart, Mind & Body: Understanding Grief and Adaptation to COVID Loss

M. Katherine Shear, MD & Chi Kim, CEO

The current pandemic is taking a large toll in human lives.  Dr. Shear will provide a model for understanding grief and adaptation to loss, discuss the unique challenges to adaption posed by a Covid-19 loss, and suggest ways to promote adaptation.

Dr. M. Katherine Shear is the Marion E. Kenworthy Professor of Psychiatry and the founding Director of the Center for Complicated Grief at Columbia School of Social Work. Dr. Shear is a clinical researcher who first worked in anxiety and depression. For the last two decades she has focused on understanding and treating people who experience persistent intense grief. She developed and tested complicated grief therapy (CGT), a short-term targeted intervention and confirmed its efficacy in three large NIMH-funded studies. CGT is strength-based and focused on fostering adaptation to loss. Dr. Shear is widely recognized for her work in bereavement, including both research and clinical awards from the Association for Death Education and Counseling and invited authorship of articles for https://www.uptodate.com/home  and the New England Journal of Medicine.

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TUESDAY, APRIL 21 AT 9AM PST/12PM EST watch now  

Power of Mindfulness Series: Body, Breath & Mind, Part 2

Anne Contreras, Director of Programs

This experiential session Body, Breath and Mind, Part 2: Taking in the Good will increase understanding that, Taking in the Good, can be used to commit positive experiences to long-term memory. This will be primarily for Youth, grades: 6th-12th.

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MONDAY, APRIL 20 AT 9AM PST/12PM EST watch now  

Heart, Mind & Body: The Impact of Stress & Ways to Build Resilience

Goldie Hawn & Chi Kim, CEO

Join us for a live webinar with Goldie Hawn. She is an Academy Award winning actress, producer, director, best-selling author and true children’s advocate. She is also the Founder of The Goldie Hawn Foundation. Working with leading neuroscientists, educators, psychologists and researchers, the Foundation developed MindUP ™ an evidence-based curriculum and teaching model for grades K-12 that provide tools to help children self-regulate and understand their own emotions, moods and behaviors; reduce stress and anxiety; sharpen concentration; increase empathy; and improve academic performance.

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FRIDAY, APRIL 17 AT 9AM PST/12PM EST watch now  

Estrategias Eficaces para Calmar a los Niños

Susana Cruylles, International Trainer

Esta sesión, dirigida a enseñar estrategias de relajación a los niños, se presentará en Español.

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FRIDAY, APRIL 3 & FRIDAY, APRIL 17

Rhode Island Department of Education Webinar Series

Pure Edge, Inc. National Trainers

Pure Edge, Inc. hosted 6 webinar sessions for RIDE. Each one can be watched here.

RIDE: Educator Self-Care:   watch webinar    download slides

RIDE: Family Self-Care:   watch webinar    download slides

RIDE: Neuroscience of Stress & Strategies to Manage:   watch webinar    download slides

RIDE: Integrating Brain Breaks & SEL: Online Instruction Elementary School   watch webinar    download slides

RIDE: Integrating Brain Breaks & SEL: Online Instruction Middle School   watch webinar    download slides

RIDE: Integrating Brain Breaks & SEL: Online Instruction High School   watch webinar    download slides

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THURSDAY, APRIL 16 AT 9AM PST/12PM EST watch now  

Educator Self-Care Series: Strategies to Increase Energy & Vitality

Gill McClean Director of Professional Development & National Trainer

This session will look at how stress depletes our energy levels. Participants will experience simple strategies to re-energize.

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THURSDAY, APRIL 16 AT 8AM PST/11AM EST watch now  

Sesión 3: Neurociencia del Estrés y Estrategias para Manejarlo

Dr. Yamilka Alsina, Assistant Clinical Research Coordinator at Stanford University

Esta sesión analizará cómo el estrés afecta nuestros cuerpos y le daremos estrategias para reducir sus efectos.

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15 AT 9AM PST/12PM EST watch now  

Family Brain Breaks Series: Physical Time

Michelle Mitchell, Director of Partnerships

In this series, experience Brain Breaks as a family. Thirty minutes of interactive Breathe, Move, Rest strategies will be provided for your family.

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15 AT 8AMPST/11AM EST watch now  

Sesión 2: Autocuidado de Familia

Dr. Yamilka Alsina, Assistant Clinical Research Coordinator at Stanford University

Experimenta Descansos Cerebrales en familia. Treinta minutos de estrategias interactivas de respiración, movimiento y descanso en un entorno familiar.

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TUESDAY, APRIL 14 AT 9AM PST/12PM EST watch now  

Power of Mindfulness Series: Body, Breath & Mind, Part 1

Anne Contreras, Director of Programs

This experiential session will allow participants to develop an understanding of mindfulness practice and its application to habitual thoughts. The target audience is educators and youth, grades 6-12

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TUESDAY, APRIL 14 AT 8AM PST/11AM EST watch now  

Sesión 1: Autocuidado del Educador

Dr. Yamilka Alsina, Assistant Clinical Research Coordinator at Stanford University

Utilizando los Descansos Cerebrales para restablecer y mantener / modelar la propia autorregulación en momentos de estrés.

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MONDAY, APRIL 13 AT 9AM PST/12PM EST watch now  

Heart, Mind & Body: Maintaining Mental & Physical Balance

Guest Justin Tuck & Chi Kim, CEO

Join Justin Tuck, husband, father, 2x NFL Super Bowl champion, philanthropist, entrepreneur, children’s book author, VP Private Equity at Goldman Sachs & Pure Edge, Inc. board director for a live uplifting session, followed by a Q&A.

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FRIDAY, APRIL 10 AT 9AM PST/12PM EST watch now  

Preocupación, Estrés y Ansiedad: Cómo Gestionarlos

Susana Cruylles, International Trainer

Esta sesión, dirigida a como gestionar la preocupación, estrés y ansiedad, se presentará en Español.

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THURSDAY, APRIL 9 AT 9AM PST/12PM EST watch now  

Educator Self-Care Series: Mindful Movement

Gill McClean, Director of Professional Development

Participants will be guided through a series of movement designed to benefit the whole body.

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8 AT 11AM PST/2PM EST watch now  

Adapting Brain Breaks for Young Learners with Special Needs

Erin Cooney, Director of Curriculum & Instruction

By special request from attendees:  During this 45 minute webinar, Erin will share a few strategies to modify brain breaks for young learners with special needs.

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8 AT 9AM PST/12PM EST watch now  

Family Brain Breaks Series: Sleep

Michelle Mitchell, Director of Partnerships

In this series, experience Brain Breaks as a family. This session will focus on the interactive nature of Breathe, Move, Rest to enhance sleep.

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TUESDAY, APRIL 7 AT 9AM PST/12PM EST watch now  

Power of Mindfulness Series: Body, Breath, Online

Anne Contreras, Director of Programs

This experiential session allows participants to have a working understanding of the breath-body connection and its relationship to technology. The target audience is educators and youth, grades 6-12.

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MONDAY, APRIL 6 AT 9AM PST/12PM EST watch now  

Heart, Mind & Body: Mindfulness for Teachers

Guest Dr. Tish Jennings & Chi Kim, CEO

Dr. Tish Jennings will share research, as well as practical strategies that educators can apply to their daily teaching lives.

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THURSDAY, APRIL 2 AT 9AM PST/12PM EST watch now  

Caring for Your Immune System

Gill McClean Director of Professional Development & National Trainer

This session will highlight how stress affects the body and provide simple strategies for reducing its effects.

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1 AT 9M PST/12PM EST watch now  

Family Brain Breaks Series: Time In

Michelle Mitchell Director of Partnerships & National Trainer

In this series, experience Brain Breaks as a family. The first session focuses on “Time In.”

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TUESDAY, MARCH 31 AT 12PM PST/3PM EST watch now  

Calming Strategies for Young Children

Gill McClean Director of Professional Development & National Trainer

Kids and adults process stress differently. This session will introduce a variety of ways to help young children stay calm and happy.

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TUESDAY, MARCH 31 AT 9AM PST/12PM EST watch now  

Self-Care While Caring for Others

Anne Contreras Director of Programs & National Trainer

Self-care is primary to caring for others. This session will cover utilizing Brain Breaks to reset, as well as maintain and model one’s own self-regulation during times of stress.

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MONDAY, MARCH 30 AT 9AM PST/12PM EST watch now  

Worry, Stress & Anxiety: How to Manage It

Victor Carrion, MD Director, Early Life Stress and Resilience Program Stanford University