Here are some FREE resources AND Teaching Well recommendations…

Podcasts Featuring Danielle Nuhfer

Teaching Well's Free Guided Mindfulness Practice

Teaching Well's Facebook Group

Join us in We are Teaching Well  Our Closed Facebook Group

This group is for educators who are looking for ways to reduce stress and burnout while developing wellness and balance inside and outside the classroom. The group is meant to be a community where we can all support and empower one another on this journey! When we take care of ourselves, we can be our best for our students but we need to put the oxygen mask on ourselves first! That is what this group is all about…empowering teachers to care for ourselves so that we can be our best in our classroom and beyond.

Mindfulness and Education Books

Aevidum Mind

Guided Mindfulness for Teacher and Students

Developing Aevidum Mind means to develop a capacity for knowing how to help people (including yourself) when you (or anyone else) is going through something. Aevidum Mind means having empathy and presence in our daily lives. By developing this awareness, we will be better able to care for our own body, mind and spirit, which will help us understand and be supportive of other people in our lives. Aevidum Mind includes knowing how to be supportive, when and where to get help, and how to be of service. Developing this capacity means that we will learn how to take care of ourselves in healthy ways and also how to help each other.

Wellness Apps

  • Calm

    FREE for teachers! Great mindfulness app for classroom and personal use!

  • Happify

    Great app to help build emotional health and well-being through their extensive tailored programs.

  • Insight Timer

    FREE app to listen to guided meditations, connect with others and keep track of your progress.

Conferences and Events

Looking for more great resources? Reach out to me, I’d love to share more of the resources that have been of great use to me on my path to the teaching well!