Yoga and Mindfulness in Special Education: 5 Adaptable Strategies for Your SpEd Students
Five key strategies to bring yoga and mindfulness to your SpEd students.
Special Education emcompasses a broad array of student needs that teachers frequently go above and beyond to meet. As SpEd professionals juggle the cognitive, physical, and emotional demands of teaching, they also accommodate frequent, often sudden, shifts in their class constituency. They uphold standards set forth by their institution, all while holding themselves simultaneously realistic and optimistic regarding the benchmarks set for the students under their car
Within this complex network of needs and expectations, there is no one-size-fits-all solution. Truly, what Special Education providers need most are resources that fit their unique circumstances, and further, what SpEd students need is support that extends beyond the classroom and into their home and extracurricular lives.
At Yoga Ed., what we know is that yoga and mindfulness tools can equip educators and families alike with practical responses to challenges in all settings. In light of the needs for accessibility and flexibility particular to the field of Special Education, we offer this toolkit with five key strategies to bring yoga and mindfulness to your SpEd students.
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