Susan Shapiro

Susan H. Shapiro is an Assistant Professor of Early Childhood and Special Education at Touro Graduate School of Education and is Co-Director of the New DEEL (Democratic Ethical Educational Leadership) Community Network. She is also a certified meditation and mindfulness teacher. Dr. Shapiro’s research has focused on ethical leadership and on crises in Early Childhood Education. She has published in journals and books on topics of early childhood leadership and ethical leadership and mindfulness.

  • Assistant Professor of Early Childhood and Special Education at Touro Graduate School of Education
  • Co-Director of the new DEEL (Democratic Ethical Educational Leadership) Community Network
  • Certified meditation and mindfulness teacher
  • Conducted research on ethical leadership and on crises in Early Childhood Education.
  • Published in journals and books on topics of early childhood leadership and ethical leadership and mindfulness
  • Doctor of Education
Susan Shapiro

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  1. So You Have A Student Who Is Stressed... Now What?
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    So You Have A Student Who Is Stressed... Now What?

    Certified mindfulness coach Susan H. Shapiro will show you mindful meditation techniques. You will learn how to create balance and reduce stress in your classroom and beyond.

    What You'll Learn

    • What specific exercises can you use to implement meditation at school?
    • Which mindfulness techniques help reduce stress?
    • When is the best time during the school day to practice meditation?
    • How long should you spend meditating?
    • How can mediation help with self-regulation and impulse control?

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