Edmodo Partners With Happy Not Perfect to Bring Mindfulness to Global Classrooms
We’re excited to give free games, videos, and audio series from Happy Not Perfect to each of our 100 million users. [embed]https://youtu.be/iPbrYo50a5Y[/embed] We’re teaming up with mindfulness app Happy Not Perfect! Together, Edmodo and Happy Not Perfect will offer exclusive digital tools and content to help teachers and their students achieve the best possible mindset for learning. Already interested? Just download the free Edmodo app, log in as a student and tap the Discover tab! Emotional wellbeing is key to a healthy learning environment. That’s why Edmodo users will now have exclusive access to positive neuroscience and psychology-backed content created by Happy Not Perfect in the form of games, videos, and audio series. Edmodo users can practice daily happiness workouts based on seven researched steps for a calmer and more positive mind. Every user will also have access to a free content series created by clinical psychologists, mindfulness coaches, and personal development leaders. Through Edmodo’s new Discover feature, students can build confidence through mindfulness and quick meditation breaks using Happy Not Perfect’s free activities. We know that mindfulness is hugely beneficial to student wellbeing, which in turn improves the student experience. And it’s not just students who benefit: Teachers, parents and everyone else at school can improve their psychological wellbeing through mindfulness. Curious about how mindfulness can benefit you? Check out the video below to hear Happy Not Perfect Founder Poppy Jamie explain all the ways you can grow through a few simple practices. [embed]https://youtu.be/5Y2y7q2YxJM[/embed] Edmodo and Happy Not Perfect’s partnership launches with an exclusive content series for students including: Happiness Workout (A daily practice to care for your mind) Edmodo x HNP Team Up to Make You a Superhero (Guided by Happy Not Perfect Founder, Poppy Jamie) Learn How to Breathe Away Stress and Anxiety (Guided by Certified Breathing Coach and Founder of Happy Not Perfect, Poppy Jamie) Find Your Flow (Angelina Morino, Meditation Teacher and Founder of Haus of Health) 21-Day Free Your Mind Writing Challenge (Guided by Ben Jackson, Executive Director of The Writing Salon) Fire Up Your Dreams! (Suzy Ashworth, Mindset and Business Coach) Learn How to Meditate the Very, Very Easy Way (Ko Im, Certified Meditation Teacher) A Confidence Boost (For Your Best Self) Meditation (Ko Im, Certified Meditation Teacher) Winding Down with Gratitude (Ko Im, Certified Meditation Teacher) …And much more. Over the next year, new content will be launched each month tackling different topics like confidence, stress, focus, the science behind gratitude, compassion, thinking of others and setting goals. “Now more than ever, we need to support the whole development of our teachers and students,” said Simon Leung, Chairman of Edmodo. “Mindfulness is scientifically proven, but has been out of reach for many students and busy teachers. We are so pleased to be working with Happy Not Perfect to provide the Edmodo community with accessible, effective, and truly fun experiences to improve learning through mindfulness. From guided meditations for recharging after a long day to breathing exercises that can improve test performance, we’re thrilled to support positive learning environments and outcomes.” Poppy Jamie, Founder of Happy Not Perfect is just as excited to share these fantastic new resources with an education-minded audience: “Happy Not Perfect’s mission is to change the way we look after our minds by creating easy and accessible mental wellness tools,” she said. “For change to happen, it starts with education. The partnership with Edmodo is very exciting as it’s a huge step in making positive psychology and mindfulness accessible, practical and effective in helping students and teachers manage their emotional wellbeing, leading them to a balanced mindset every day. We built Happy Not Perfect with the consumer at the forefront, understanding time is often limited and straight meditation can be difficult. We couldn’t be happier that we can support the Edmodo community in this unique way.” Ready to give it a try? Download the free Edmodo app and tap the Discover tab!
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