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LESSON PLAN: The Art of Service

This lesson guides students toward the practice of offering by running a pop-up restaurant.

EDUCATOR RESOURCE: MWE Checklist for Establishing a Buddhist School for Children

A practical checklist for starting a Buddhist school, from defining your vision to recruiting students and hiring staff.

LESSON PLAN: Harmony Week Curriculum

A collection of lesson plans teaching equanimity, compassion, and awareness. Designed for Australia's Harmony Week, they can easily be adapted for a Buddhist classroom.

ARTICLE: A new model for family-centered dharma communities

Sumi Loundon Kim presents criteria for dharma programs that support both parents and children.

VIDEO: Plum Village Pebble Meditation

Thich Nhat Hanh’s beautiful meditation for all ages, reminds us of our flower freshness, mountain solidity, water reflective clarity and spacious freedom.

ARTICLE: Understanding Khanti

Panyaden International School on the importance of cultivating patient endurance—for kids and grownups alike.

VIDEO: Do Schools Kill Creativity?

Ken Robinson · Author/educator Creativity expert Sir Ken Robinson challenges the way we're educating our children. He champions a radical rethink of our school systems, to cultivate creativity and acknowledge multiple types of intelligence.

EDUCATOR RESOURCE: Middle Way School’s Communications Charter

Practical tips for organizational communications from Middle Way School's core team.

HANDOUT: Glossary of Buddhist Terms

A glossary of key Buddhist terms.

BOOKS: Teaching With Bravery: Meditation and Heart Advice for Teachers

Teachers are often overwhelmed, undervalued, and disempowered in their roles. At the same time, they are uniquely situated to influence the lives of young people and even to change the world. This book offers a new vision for teachers as the architects of a more compassionate society, as well as methods to engage with teaching as a journey of self-realization.
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