A Sustainable Positive School Culture
Learn by Doing, Lead by Influence, and Live Intentionally!
Touch the Heart . . . The Mind Follows!
Another Jeff Yalden Inspired School CommunityJeff Yalden has created a curriculum for schools that will change the climate and culture of your campus. His curriculum addresses the growing concern of teen mental health, teacher “burn-out,” and brings a new normal to everyday life for students and all staff. Intentionally reframing the thoughts of staff and students and engaging in a modality that believes in the equanimity of the mind, body, and soul, you will see a positive change on campus. Becoming a School of Intentional Living and Learning is easy and most of all sustainable. If you are interested in more information, please (Click Here).
- Improve relationships between students and staff.
- Improve self acceptance and self-esteem.
- To build a family friendly and supportive campus.
- To value ourselves and each other.
- To practice self-care improving ones emotions.
- To teach equanimity.
- Bring awareness to our mental health and how to be in control.
- To teach compassion, kindness, and empathy.
- To give back and see the benefits of selfless service.
- Less referrals for Discipline.
- More community engagement, especially on campus.
- Becoming a National Recognized School of Influence.
- Teaches time management.
- Teaches non-judgement.
What is a School of Intentional Living and Learning
Our schools develop a strong culture by embracing a modality that believes in the equanimity of the mind, body, and soul. This intentional focus on each individual changes and enhances self-perception, addresses the mental health of all staff and students, staff and student relationships, puts into place the tools of a positive school climate, reduction of discipline referrals, and ultimately drives school campuses to greater success.
The Difference between School Culture and School Climate
- School climate refers to the school’s effects on students, including teaching practices; diversity; and the relationships among administrators, teachers, parents, and students.
- School culture refers to the way teachers and other staff members work together and the set of beliefs, values, and assumptions they share. A positive school climate and school culture promote students’ ability to learn.
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