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CAMPS: Sample Schedule for KTD Family Day

This is the schedule for a past Family Day co-hosted by Karma Triyana Dharmachakra and Bodhi Kids. Use it as inspiration for planning your own family day event.

EDUCATOR RESOURCE: Guidelines for Program, Curriculum, and Environment

Looking at the foundations for program development at Alaya Preschool, from curriculum to classroom environment and teaching approach.

LESSON: 6 Points of Mindful Speaking and Listening (Part 2)

A power point presentation that guides students to engage in graffiti notes (notes in pictures, symbols, words, phrases) and other activities.

LESSON: Sharpening the Mind Through Logic Analysis

This lesson plan is based on the Japanese learning practices of traditional debate strategy, developing logical thinking, and experiencing non-duality.

CURRICULUM: Lhomon Education’s Framework for Teaching at Monasteries

A basic framework for teaching at monasteries with a 2-year program and scaffolded learning outcomes, articles, methodology and assessment practices, developed by Lhomon Education for their pilot project in Dewathang, Bhutan.

BOOKS: B is for Buddha

B is for Buddha is a Buddhist alphabet book written to plant a seed of dharma for young kids.

AUDIO: Middle Way School on the Radio!

Middle Way School Executive Director Noa Jones spoke with WAMC Radio‘s Allison Dunne about the vision and scope of the...
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HANDOUT: Motivation Prayer

This is a simple motivation prayer designed as a printable card. Print and give to students to recite at the...
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LESSON: 6 Points of Mindful Speaking and Listening (Part 1)

Exercises, PP and lesson to introduce children to practice of Mindful Speaking and Listening based on Chogyam Trungpa's 6 Points of Mindful Speech.

ACTIVITY: Art-Making—Prayer Flags

A DIY project to make your own Tibetan prayer flags.
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