Heart-Mind well-being refers to creating a balance between educating the mind and educating the heart. While there is a great focus in our society on academic achievement, research has demonstrated the positive impacts of social and emotional learning and that heart and mind learning are interconnected. Join Kareen Hudson from the Dalai Lama Center to learn more about the 5 qualities of Heart-Mind well-being research to support you in fostering heart-mind well-being in the children and youth you work with in your programs.
Creating a Balance between Educating the Mind and Educating the Heart
Tuesday, June 7, 2016 6:30-9:00 pm Langley Events Centre Meeting Room A 7888 200th Street Langley, BC
Reserve Your Seat $20 before May 30 Online at www.lcss.ca or in the CCRR office at 20577 Fraser Highway