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This online MBSR training course is 100% free, created by a fully certified MBSR instructor, and is based on the program founded by Jon Kabat-Zinn at the University of Massachusetts Medical School.

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Grade 8 online classes
I'm so glad you found this website! Here you will find a complete eight-week MBSR course, designed for people who are not able to take a live MBSR course for financial or logistical reasons. All of the materials used in the live courses I taught, including guided meditations, articles and videos, are freely available here. - Dave Potter
Offering something for nothing does seem a little suspicious these days and I get many emails about this free online MBSR course, many of which ask one or more of the following questions:

Is this online MBSR course really, truly, 100% free?
The short answer is “yes”. There is no catch: no fees, no spam, no cookies, you don't even need to identify yourself or give an email address. I receive no income personally from the site, not even indirectly. Contributions make the course even more accessible to people around the world, but this is not expected nor required - see About Contributions. (NOTE: Some of the videos have advertising, but the ad revenue goes directly to the creator of the videos and not to me.)

What are your credentials and why don't you charge for the course?
I am fully certified as an MBSR instructor by the University of Massachusetts Medical School and I taught live, in-person MBSR classes in my community for 12 years. I'm also a retired professional psychotherapist who has had a daily meditation practice for over 25 years, and when I discovered MBSR, I wanted to offer it to my clients and my community. I started teaching my twice-yearly in-person classes in 2004 and, as a service to my students, began to put some parts of the class online. I soon realized that with a little work, the material could be useful to people who are not able to attend a live MBSR class, either because of financial limitations or because no classes are offered nearby.

Creating and incrementally improving this resource has been a labor of love, and I'm happy to provide these materials without asking for a fee, something that is made possible given the economies of the internet, how the course is structured, and the generosity of other teachers* who have given their permission to make their teachings freely available on this website. It pleases me to know that anyone with an internet connection, whether they live in Moscow, Idaho or Moscow, Russia, can find and use the rich set of materials here. There is even a way for people without internet to have access to the course.

Is taking an online course an effective way to learn MBSR?
A live, in-person Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) class is still the best way to learn mindfulness, because it is more likely that you will complete the course, due to the live interaction and group support. (NOTE: To find in-person MBSR offerings in your area, try a web search such as 'MBSR Minneapolis' or 'MBSR London'.)

But doing an in-person course is not always possible, for financial and logistical reasons. This online course uses precisely the same course curriculum and resources that I used in my local in-person course, and if you follow the suggestions and practices for each of the eight weeks of the course, the learning can be just as deep and profound. In fact, the end-of-course reports I've received from online graduates indicate that they benefit just as much as people who complete the in-person course. For some recent end-of-course reports, see Testimonials / Gallery of Learning. There are over 4,000 graduates of the Palouse Mindfulness course from 90 countries (see the Map of Graduates and the Map of Palouse Mindfulness Visitors).

Is there online support? What if I have questions while taking the course?
As an option, any student may join the Online Student Community, an online group in which members can share experiences and/or ask questions about the practices that are part of the course. There is no requirement to post anything - many people simply vicariously enjoy the sense of community and learn from others by viewing other peoples' posts.There are experienced graduates in the group who can answer specific questions and, on occasion, I may personally respond as well. It is a very lively group and most questions get answered within an hour or two.

Whether or not you join the online group, be sure to check out the Frequently Asked Questions page (see FAQ on menu above). The questions on the FAQ page are the ones most commonly asked in the online student group.

Even with the help of a group, it is a significant accomplishment to complete a course such as this on your own, and for that reason, I've done my best to make the experience interesting and engaging, something made possible by the generosity of the world-renowned teachers* whose videos and writings are posted on this site, including Jon Kabat-Zinn(Wherever You Go, There You Are), Thich Nhat Hanh (Peace Is Every Step), Tara Brach (Radical Acceptance), Pema Chodron (When Things Fall Apart), Sylvia Boorstein (Don't Just Do Something, Sit There), Sharon Salzberg (A Heart As Wide as the World), Robert Sapolsky (Why Zebras Don't Get Ulcers), Marshall Rosenberg (Non-Violent Communication), and Jack Kornfield (A Path with Heart).*

If English is not your native language...
If your native language is Spanish or Russian, you are in luck! The complete Palouse Mindfulness course in these languages are available through the links above or by clicking on the flag icons in the top-left corner of any page. These versions of the course were carefully translated by native speakers who are also Palouse Mindfulness graduates.

It’s possible to use Google Translate to convert the course to other languages, but the translation is far from perfect, especially since the concepts presented in a mindfulness course are subtle and present a challenge even for experienced human translators. That being said, if you’d like to use Google Translate for any part of the course, go to Other Languages (or clicking on the “globe” icon at the top of the page) for suggestions about how best to do this.

To get more of a sense of what the course is about...
The Introduction is designed to give you a sense of mindfulness and an idea of how this course is structured. For each of the eight weeks, videos, readings and practices help you build a base of both knowledge and experience. MBSR 'At a Glance' provides a brief outline of the MBSR course.

All of what you will need is accessible through this website, and whether or not you actually take yourself through the course, the wealth of material here, including videos and writings by the teachers mentioned above and others,is freely available to you.

No registration required - begin whenever you're ready
This course is completely self-guided (there is no registration and only you will be monitoring your progress, using the provided practice sheets). If you successfully complete the eight weeks of practice and study and send the materials indicated in Requesting a Certificate of Completion, I will send you a personal note of congratulations along with a certificate of completion. There is no cost for this. You simply submit the seven sets of practice sheets and a one page description of what you've learned and how you will be incorporating what you learned into your life.

If you are ready to begin, or if you'd just like to know more about mindfulness or this program, go to theIntroduction.

* NOTE: Much of the material in this course is drawn from the public works of other teachers and writers in the spirit of making mindfulness more widely available. I'm grateful to them for helping to make this free Online MBSR course possible. Those who have given their explicit written approval of how I've used their materials include Jon Kabat-Zinn, Thich Nhat Hanh, Tara Brach, Shauna Shapiro, Kristin Neff, Vidyamala Burch, Lynn Rossy, James Baraz, Ann Weiser Cornell, Daron Larson, and the University of Massachusetts Medical School.
All videos needed to complete the course, including the guided meditations, have accurate closed captions, with the exception of some that are in the 'supplementary' sections or on the 'Graduate' pages. [The captioning on this site thanks to Caption Access.]
There are only two ways to live your life.
One is as though nothing is a miracle.
The other is as though everything is a miracle.
- Albert Einstein

There are only two ways to live your life.
One is as though nothing is a miracle.
The other is as though everything is a miracle.
- Albert Einstein

The online 8th grade program offered at eAchieve Academy is specifically designed for students to study when it fits their busy schedules. Our online middle school classes help students learn important time management skills for the future. 8th grade is your child’s final academic year before high school. Core 8th grade classes from eAchieve Academy include rigorous courses designed to prepare your child for challenging high school programs. Your child has more than the traditional school options no matter which Wisconsin school district you live in. Explore 8th grade class options below or contact eAchieve to start your personalized education.

AVID Program for 8th grade students

eAchieve Academy is the only online charter school in Wisconsin currently offering the AVID program. We offer the program by invitation only to students in grades 8 through 12. The class is considered an elective.

Grade 8 Online Classes

How does online school work for 8th graders?

All classes are taught by experienced, Wisconsin-certified teachers. Course work is assigned online, and students submit their work and take tests online. All students are provided a pace chart for each class to help them stay on track, and every student has an academic advisor to help them stay on course toward graduation. Although there are no classrooms, eAchieve offers weekly, teacher-led “eSessions” that give students the opportunity to engage in discussions and interact with other students.

What students learn in 8th grade classes

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Language Arts

8th grade Language Arts brings together all the skills acquired in previous years, with a focus on reading critically and communicating effectively in writing. Students also continue developing their vocabulary, grammar and listening skills. Learning targets include effective communication, comprehension and evaluation of fiction and nonfiction, and effective research.


8th grade Math reviews the concepts and skills covered in previous years and introduces statistics, graphing, and basic geometry concepts. Learning targets include analyzing and solving different types of equations, graphing of data, evaluating and simplifying algebraic expressions, understanding probability and its application in real life situations, and the basic concepts of geometry.


8th grade science lays the foundation for high-school level science classes by building on all the major scientific disciplines. Principles of physical science and energy, genetics and evolution, and environmental sciences are among the topics covered. Learning targets include the ability to evaluate, generate and explain evidence in accordance with scientific practices and the ability to communicate through discourse and other scientific practices.

Social Studies

8th grade Social Studies covers events, geography, civics and politics in the Unites States from the 1500s through the Reconstruction. Learning targets include the ability to identify and analyze the main ideas in written text, development of a written thesis with multiple forms of evidence, and the production of clear and coherent communication.

K-12 Education Options In Wisconsin

Your choices for K12 education continue to become more and more diverse. Students have many more options beyond a traditional brick-and-mortar education. The only way to make the best choice for your child is to know all of your options. You may elect public traditional brick-and-mortar schools, online schools, charter schools, independent schools, private schools and many different variations.

Full Time Students

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By choosing to enroll in online school, as opposed to attending a traditional, face-to-face school, students take learning into their own hands. While attending eAchieve Academy, you are taught the same materials and courses as a traditional school.

Full-Time Enrollment

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Part Time Students

You can enroll in one or two online classes every semester and still go to the same school you currently attend. eAchieve Academy offers a wide range of core classes, honors classes, AP classes and electives.

Part-Time Enrollment

Immediate Transfers

Students who want to transfer from their current school full-time to eAchieve for online high, middle or elementary school can do so for the remainder of the school year. To enroll immediately, you must meet one of the open enrollment exceptions

Immediate Transfer

Frequently Asked Questions About 8th Grade

What does it cost to attend 8th grade online?

As an online public charter school operated by the Waukesha School District, eAchieve Academy is free to all Wisconsin K-12 students, in any school district. There isn’t even an application fee. Additionally, all full-time students are provided with a free laptop, and parents receive a stipend each semester for their monthly internet access fees.

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8th graders living outside Wisconsin are welcome to enroll with paid tuition.

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Who can attend eAchieve?

Class 8 Online Classes

All Wisconsin Kindergarten, middle school and high school students are eligible to enroll at eAchieve Academy. Students can take classes as full-time students or as part-time students to augment the curriculum at the brick and mortar school they attend. Home schooled students are welcome to take classes online to supplement their at-home curriculum. We also offer special needs education for students with IEPs.