Learning Waterways | Guest Post

I’m really pleased to post an article written by my friend, John MacArthur. Eclectic, acerbic, witty, and akin to Eeyore (he would prefer that I not use “curmudgeonly”), John’s writing often takes me to thoughtful places I haven’t been before. ~S I’ve been a high school teacher, or, if you prefer, a “leader-forth” or educator for a while and ifContinue reading “Learning Waterways | Guest Post”

Mindfulness for Children

Mindfulness for Children Yes, yes, yesyesyes!!!!! 80% of the referrals the Soor Center receives from schools are for “attention/focus issues.” Kuwait falls into the global norm meaning (5-7%) of those children actually meet the criteria (and there ARE criteria!) for a diagnosis of some form of AD/HD. The rest? Sleep deprivation, attachment trauma, and emotionalContinue reading “Mindfulness for Children”