A Sustainable Positive School Culture
Learn by Doing, Lead by Influence, and Live Intentionally!
Touch the Heart . . . The Mind Follows!
A Positive School culture is where the school staff and the student body work together with the same vision, principles, and school persona; living mindfully and learning intentionally.
Imagine your staff along with the student body working together and sharing the same beliefs and values – a vibrant vision?
Learn today how Jeff can help you implement this program into your schools without changing curriculum or taking up time. (Click Here).
“I have had you come to three school corporations and you made a very positive impact in all three communities. – Don Harmon, Superintendent of Schools, IN
Another Jeff Yalden Inspired School Community
Jeff 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.
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“Jeff, I wish you could help us finish out the next four weeks. We need your help. Our kids and staff loved having you for the day.” – Linda Garza, Principal, Woodsboro HS, Texas
To improve and enhance school campuses by giving the fundamental modality of self-care and mindful practice by teaching intentional living to the importance of mind, body, and the soul.
- 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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