MindUP™ = Results
2/3 of all students said MindUP™ made them happier.
Increased Inhibitory Response
78% of all students said MindUP™ helped them be more relaxed.
Improved Math Achievements
MindUP™ can be the difference between a pass or fail grade on standardized tests.
MindUP™ Aligns with Common Core
MindUP™ aligns with math & literacy Common Core State Standards.
Improved Social Behavior
Increased Social Interaction
90% of all students felt MindUP™ helped kids get along better.
64% of all 4th and 5th graders demonstrated increased empathy.
Increased Social Acceptance
56% of all students reported greater peer acceptance.
58% of children tried to help one another more often.
81% of children learned to make themselves happy.
82% of children reported that MindUP™ helped them to have a more positive outlook.
Improved Planning and Organization
75% of 3rd graders showed improved planning and organization skills.
Increased Emotional Control
Over 1/3 of 3rd graders demonstrated greater emotional control.
Increased inhibitory response
54% of 2nd and 3rd graders increased inhibitory response.
“Our school has begun MindUP™ this year and we are witnessing incredible results concerning behavior, attention, and overall confidence in our students.”
— Jevon Lewis, Principal
Children's First Academy, Arizona
“MindUP™ offers invaluable information and tools about mindfulness that are immediately applicable and easily adaptable for use with my kids, myself, and my husband within our home life.”
— Robyn Hubbard, Parent
“I really like doing the core practice because it helps me calm down and rethink what I am doing. It helps me get away from all the pandemonium in my mind and then I feel more refreshed and able to focus.”
— Ian, Grade 6
“The MindUP™ program has not only changed me as a teacher, but has also had an amazing impact on my students. Imagine how wonderful it would be if students everywhere were given the opportunity to become brain experts!”
— Lori Nunn, Pre-K Teacher
Momentous Institute (formerly Salesmanship Club's Jonsson School)