A Two-Year Evaluation of MindUP with Pre-K and Kindergarten Children

Synopsis

This randomized controlled study examined a group of pre-kindergarten and kindergarten students across two years of MindUP implementation. At the end of the first year, MindUP students showed improvements in teacher-reported attention (EFs). At the end of the second year, MindUP students had higher vocabulary and reading scores.

Reference

Thierry, K. L., Bryant, H. L., Nobles, S. S., & Norris, K. S. (2016). Two-year impact of a mindfulness-based program on preschoolers’ self-regulation and academic performance. Early Education and Development, 27(6), 805-821.

http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10409289.2016.1141616