#232 – Social Emotional Learning with Cosmic Kids Yoga
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What’s in this episode?
In this episode, the power of wild, creative thinking with Jaime and Martin from Cosmic Kids Yoga (over 1m subscribers). We chat about;
- How to channel your energy as an educator when teaching remotely
- How to evaluate and prioritise new tech tools
- Bootstrapping successfully and staying lean and true to your values
- Listening to your customers for new product development
- Launching specific SEL curriculum content for schools with schools
Plus, women in technology, engineering and creativity in the South-West of the U.K and a new University model, powered by creativity – the Falmouth Vice-Chancellor shares their 2030 vision moving to an accelerator, problem-solving model.
Jaime and Martin are the creators and makers of Cosmic Kids – a collection of hundreds of fun yoga and mindfulness videos for kids aged from 3-9. They run a successful YouTube channel – called Cosmic Kids Yoga and an app – the Cosmic Kids App – used by parents, teachers and kids around the world daily. They use stories and movies to take the kids on yoga adventures where the kids follow the story and act it out copying Jaime doing the yoga poses. Cosmic Kids also offers teacher training to teach adults how to teach kids yoga like Jaime does it – with thousands of graduates all over the world.
Find out more about Cosmic Kids Yoga on their website https://cosmickids.
- Clip – Cosmic Kids Yoga
- Falmouth University 2030 Strategic Plan (scroll down)
- TEC Connect
- Supporting TEC Girls – how can you help? Short form
- RANGE – Book by David Epstein
- Moravec’s paradox – Moravec’s paradox is the observation by artificial intelligence and robotics researchers that, contrary to traditional assumptions, reasoning requires very little computation, but sensorimotor and perception skills require enormous computational resources.
- The Idea in You – book by Martin Amor
- Eastern Body for the Western Mind – by Anodea Judith
- Fred Rogers and Floella Benjamin – TV Presenters
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