School-based Programs: Collaboration and Sustainability – OnDemand eCourse

Discover what is needed to create engaging, sustainable and effective yoga and mindfulness programs for schools. Karma Carpenter Shea, IASYM founder, will share the essential administrative, organizational, communication and funding requirements to sustain the benefits of yoga & mindfulness at school to help students & staff build health, improve concentration, develop social skills, reduce stress and more.

If you are bringing yoga to schools this webinar is essential! 60 mins + 30 mins Q&A.

What you’ll learn:

  • Principles of development
  • Ethical guidelines
  • Key Marketing Materials
  • Importance and how to of collaboration





Members Bonus:

  • PDF copy of the slides
  • Certificate of Attendance

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Usage:

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Where:

  • minutes is a number, greater than zero, used to test the age in minutes of the APR cookie specific to the current browser page.  If minutes is less than or equal to zero, then only the existence of a page specific APR cookie will be tested.  The default value is: 0
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Notes:

  • The shortcode [[wp_eStore_APR status=help]] will be replaced with this help message.
  • APR cookies are created by the WP eStore download manager, when it detects the URI of a digital product that has been specified using the APRTP scheme.  Under the APRTP scheme, the URI of a digital product "page" (instead of a file) is specified using the format scheme://domain/resource where scheme is either "aprtp" (for http) or "aprtps" (for https).
  • APR cookies are only valid on the first page of multi-page posts.  This is because the "nextpage" (WordPress) tag modifies the URL of second and subsequent pages, making them unrecognizable by the APR cookie testing code.

 

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