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What Does Mindfulness
Look Like at Eastwood?

Students at Eastwood learn and engage in mindfulness practices in forty-minute sessions twice a week with a certified mindfulness educator.
Students in mindfulness sessions may be found seated in EIS’s garden or working on mats in the multipurpose room.

Mindfulness in Education
Internationally and in Lebanon

Educators, schools, school systems, and universities across the
globe are beginning to pursue mindfulness programs

Supporting the health and wellbeing of learners and educators

Educators, schools, school systems, and universities across the globe are beginning to pursue mindfulness programs as a way to support the health and wellbeing of learners and educators in an increasingly busy and stressful world. England and India have implemented large-scale mindfulness programs, and the United States Department of Education has invested $3 million in studying mindfulness in schools in Chicago.

Beyond K-12 institutions, top-ranked universities, including Harvard, Yale, Columbia, and Cambridge, offer regular mindfulness courses to students and the wider community to reduce stress and support wellbeing and success from the inside out.

In Lebanon, mindfulness practices and programs are just beginning to develop.
The American University of Beirut offers mindfulness sessions to students and patients and the community, and there are several private centers focused on helping adults becoming more mindful.
But EIS is the only K-12 school to systematically incorporate mindfulness into the education of every child. We believe that helping students develop self-awareness and skills that support their wellbeing must be part of excellence in education in today’s world, where so often the focus falls solely on achievement, often at the expense of student wellbeing. Our mindfulness program is one of the key ways that we aim to fulfill our mission to support the balanced development of the students in our care.

Mindfulness practices require learners to exercise self-regulation in attending to their thoughts as they arise, adopting different perspectives on those thoughts...
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We've been at the forefront of education for over 46 years. Learn about our history.

Eastwood Schools also opened its first Special Rights Program nationally and an outstanding English as a Foreign Language Program. International academic and non-academic standards were soon implemented with the help of leading consultants from across the globe. Eastwood Schools’ journey continues until this day with a successful track rate over the last 46 years and with certifications from globally recognized institutions, such as AdvancED, and effective implementation of various international programs, such as the International Baccalaureate.

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