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As a good follow-up to this program, you may wish to look into the late 19th - early 20th century English educational theorist, Charlotte Mason, who is regarded by many as the unofficial founder of the modern home-schooling movement. One of the primary pillars of her teaching on education has to do with the development of good habits in children, some of which can be seen as variations on "mindfulness." And, if one reads her works closely, you find that she anticipates the connection between habit and brain/neural plasticity, and thus the field of neurobiology. See, for instance: