It’s not what you’d expect at a school: students being asked not to think!
“We are calling it a mental recess,” said Greg Graber, the head of middle school at Lausanne Collegiate School. “We really think this is going to help them, to sit and do nothing for 10-15 minutes and try to relax their minds to get distressed and unplugged.”
The Lausanne Collegiate School in East Memphis is trying a different way to get kids focused.
Starting in September, Middle schoolers 10 to 14 years old are going to get the option, of skipping recess to sit and do nothing.
“Have you ever tried meditation?” …