TASN School Mental Health Initiative


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School Mental Health Initiative

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Mindfulness and School-Based Yoga: Tools for the Classroom eLearning Course - This self-directed eLearning course will provide participants with an overview of Mindfulness and School-Based Yoga and support the implementation of a practice within a classroom (or similar) setting. Please note that this event is available to Kansas educators only. 

  • For more information on the course and registration process, this video provides an overview of next steps.
  • Continuous enrollment is now available! To register for this course, complete this form.

(NEW!) Neuroscience in Education SPRING 2024 eCoaching Series - Dr. Lori Desautels will return for eCoaching to enhance implementation of concepts learned with the Neuroscience in Education eLearning modules. Two series will be offered (one geared towards administrators and another toward teachers and support staff) and consist of four eCoaching sessions focused on the pillars of Dr. Desautel's Applied Educational Neuroscience Framework. Please note that these events are available to Kansas administrators and educators only





Trauma, Toxic Stress, and Caregiver Well-Being: Practices for Fostering Resilience in Children/Youth and Caregivers


School Mental Health

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These resources are intended for educational purposes only. The information contained herein is not intended to take the place of informed professional diagnosis, advice, or recommendations. The KSDE TASN SMHI assumes no liability for errors or for the way in which this information is used. The TASN School Mental Health Initiative (SMHI) is funded through a grant from the U.S. Department of Education (#H323A17006) and is administered by the Kansas Department of Education. The contents do not necessarily represent the policy of the U.S. Department of Education and endorsement by the Office of Special Education Programs should not be assumed. The SMHI does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities. Inquiries regarding non-discrimination policies should be sent to: Deputy Director, Keystone Learning Services, 500 E. Sunflower Blvd., Ozawkie, KS 66070; 785-876-2214.

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