Richard Brady, MS, is a writer, educational consultant (www.mindingyourlife.net), and co-founder of the Mindfulness in Education Network. Richard has practiced mindfulness since 1989. His publications include: “Learning to Stop, Stopping to Learn: Discovering the Contemplative Dimension in Education”, 2007, Journal of Transformative Education and Tuning In: Mindfulness in Teaching and Learning, McHenry and Brady, eds., 2009, Friends Council on Education. Richard taught high school mathematics at Sidwell Friends School in Washington, DC for 34 years before retiring in 2007.
Elizabeth Kriynovich has more than a decade of experience working and teaching in Quaker schools. Since 2009, she has been passionate about bringing mindfulness practices into the classroom, and specifically supporting the needs of students with learning disabilities using mindfulness. Her primary mindfulness trainings have been in the teachings of Thich Nhat Hanh, and she is a member of Wake Up Schools, a worldwide community of educators in the Plum Village tradition. Elizabeth is also a certified yoga teacher. She has led workshops and presentations on using mindfulness in the classroom nationwide, and has trained in both yoga and mindfulness meditation around the world.
Registration and Coffee: 8:00am
Super Early Bird: $100 (Before Feb. 22)
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Regular: $200 (March 1 – March 9)
Student Center Ballroom A
Elizabeth Kriynovich, Richard Brady