[Editor’s Note: This article was first published on the Move This World blog.]

According to a study done by the University of Missouri, 93% of teachers are experiencing high levels of work-related stress. Mindfulness has already been proven to boost the emotional climate of the classroom by supporting teacher wellbeing; however, many schools still struggle with incorporating mindful practices for staff into school culture. What can schools do to begin prioritizing mindfulness as a daily routine for staff? Peace corners could be a place to start.

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  • About the Author:

    Angileece Williams graduated from Kent University where she focused on public relationships and applied communications. A writer who is passionate about shifting the conversation surrounding mental health, Williams currently works with Move This World, a social emotional learning program that provides PreK-12 educators and students with digital tools to strengthen their social and emotional well-being in order to create healthy environments where effective teaching and learning can occur. Through evidence-based, developmentally appropriate video tools, Move This World ritualizes a daily practice of identifying, expressing, and managing emotions.