Peace Education for Children

9 February 2019
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9 February 2019 ccwdadmin

Mindfulness education workshop on February 15th, 2019 at Capital College.
Presenter: Ms Margie Lal

In this seminar, Ms Margie introduced Peace Education and honouring the light within each child to Montessori Directresses and Early Childhood Educators. She spoke on how to include these important topics into the everyday activities in the preschool prepared environment. Ms. Margie has shared her passion for Peace/Mindfulness Education for children with the workshop participants. Getting back to the basics is one of the best ways to support the highly sensitive and active children in this digital age.

"The workshop with Ms Margie was great! I have got so much information on mindfulness education (materials, books, videos, books) which I hadn`t known of before. I will definitely be doing “Silent Game” at my centre. I`d like to learn more about mindfulness. Thank you so much!"

"I have spent a precious time learning about Mindfulness education. Ms Margie has given us so much information, I really appreciated her help."

"Fantastic workshop! Very useful information!"

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