CFR in the Classroom
Center for Resilience teaches social and emotional (SEL) skills through the practice of mindfulness to help students successfully navigate their path to becoming engaged adults, global citizens, and community leaders.
Through our mindfulness-based, social and emotional learning curriculum that is aligned with Common Core State Standards, students learn these valuable skills from the inside out.
Our innovative program is seamlessly integrated into the school curriculum and accessible via the web 24/7. This initiative is sustainable whether in-person or conducted through distance learning to support the development of EQ and lifelong healthy habits.
Lessons can be assigned remotely or shared as a whole class or advisory. We utilize various mindfulness approaches to teach the five core competencies of social and emotional learning, as defined by the Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL). Our mindfulness-based curriculum aligns with many of the Common Core Anchor Standards to support the development of these critical skills from the inside out.
Self-regulation, stress management, perseverance, and empathy are the foundations to academic achievement, college & career readiness, and life-long success.
By developing these skills and strategies to manage academic, emotional and social challenges, the ResilientKids Curriculum helps students to successfully navigate their path to becoming engaged adults, global citizens and community leaders.
Research from around the world clearly shows that mindfulness helps to reduce toxic stress, enhance concentration and grit, and develop self-regulation and compassion. These assets help students self-regulate emotions and become ready to learn.
Developing a sustainable program is a customized, multi-year process that includes the following components:
- ResilientKids™ Curriculum Implementation with students
- Live sessions with a CFR instructor
- Classroom teacher training and coaching
- Admin team implementation consulting
- Family engagement sessions
ResilientKids™ Remote Integration
Center for Resilience offers an innovative, virtual mindfulness-based social and emotional learning program that can be seamlessly incorporated into the school day and customized to meet your needs.
These password-protected Virtual Mindfulness Classrooms for students in grades pre-K to 12 contain age-appropriate content designed to develop social and emotional skills.
✓ Our proven curriculum meets several Common Core standards and CASEL's five Core Competencies.
✓ Accompanying teacher manual provides direction on class assignments and student engagement
✓ Integrates multiple approaches based on the science of mindfulness
✓ Self-paced modules fit seamlessly into the school day and include feedback forms for tracking engagement
✓ Customize your experience with add-on modules to best meet your needs
Live Virtual Classes
Weekly 30-minute classes with a CFR instructor to personalize the experience to meet the needs of the students and teacher/advisor
Faculty & Staff Training
Monthly sessions for the full school year to develop mindfulness-based self-care routines, and PD for facilitating SEL strategies
Increase student success with the addition of a customizable family program designed to ensure continuity of tools and strategies
Mindfulness Training for Educators
Center for Resilience offers various training opportunities for educators that include self-care and mindfulness strategies that can be incorporated into your classroom.
Learning to practice mindfulness can be the beginning of a transformative self-care routine that helps you be the best version of yourself when you show up for school every day (even if it is virtually!).
A Taste of Mindfulness
During this customizable session, you and your colleagues will gain an introduction to mindfulness, its benefits, and experiential knowledge through various practices.
This is a great PD workshop or staff meeting topic.
The organization’s annual Training Institute helps teachers manage their own stress and burnout such that they can authentically support their students’ learning of effective mindfulness techniques to strengthen social and emotional development.
Take a deeper dive in this intensive exploration of a customized approach to personal wellness. In its new, fully remote format, you’ll develop your own personal practice and be able to share it with your students/advisees.
This workshop can be done privately at the school or district-level, OR you can join us at our next Training Institute that is open to the public starting in September 2020.
2020-2021 Training Intensive Dates
Training Group A: Mondays, 3:00pm-5:00pm ET
September 14, October 5, November 9, December 14, January 11, February 8, March 8, April 12, May 10, June 14
Training Group B: Thursdays, 7:00pm-9:00pm ET
September 10, October 8, November 12, December 10, January 14, February 11, March 11, April 8, May 13, June 10
“I would like to commend the program for its quality and for being able to adjust to our needs. The director and teachers were always flexible and amenable to our requests. Good communication helped us keep up with the myriad of changes that are part of an elementary school.”
~ Kathy C., Principal
“Of all the services, programs, and learning opportunities we offer, I feel that our partnership with Center for Resilience is the most beneficial, in that it builds community, as well as life skills.”
~ Central Falls High School Teacher
“I hear things more clearly and stay on task better.”
~ Joharlyn C., Providence Middle School Student
We are so grateful to have worked with the following schools:
Associates for Human Services, MA
Archie Cole Middle School, East Greenwich
Asa Messer Elementary School, Providence
Brown University, Providence
Carl G. Lauro Elementary School, Providence
Charles N. Fortes Elementary School, Providence
Central Falls High School, Central Falls
Children’s Friend - Berkshire, Providence
Children's Friend - McAuley, Providence
Children’s Workshop, MA
Dover Sherborn Regional School District, MA
Eden Park Elementary, Cranston
Edgewood Highland Elementary, Cranston
Evolutions High School, Providence
Fogarty Elementary School, Providence
Gordon School, East Providence
Hamilton Elementary School, North Kingstown
Harris Elementary School, Woonsocket
Harry Kizirian Elementary School, Providence
Highlander Charter School, Providence
Hugh B. Bain Middle School, Cranston
Jorge Alvarez High School, Providence
Kevin K. Coleman Elementary, Woonsocket
LABBB Educational Collaborative, MA
Learning Brook Early Childhood Education Center, Cranston
Lincoln School, Providence
Paul Cuffee Upper School, Providence
Paul Cuffee Middle School, Providence
Randall Holden Elementary, Warwick
Ready to Learn, Providence
Rhode Island College, Providence
Robert F. Kennedy Elementary School, Providence
Rocky Hill School, East Greenwich
San Miguel School, Providence
Sherman Elementary School, Warwick
Silver Spring Elementary School, East Providence
Sophia Academy, Providence
South Side Elementary School, Providence
St. Mary Academy - Bay View, Riverside
Stadium Elementary, Cranston
Times2 Academy, Providence
The Bradley School, Portsmouth
The Wolf School, East Providence
Veterans Memorial Elementary School, Central Falls
William D’Abate Elementary School, Providence
Wheeler School, Providence
Woonsocket Middle School, Woonsocket