Day Five brings the Dialogue to its crescendo with a discussion about implementation and evaluation of learning in the classroom. The session begins with a presentation on the biological stress response in brains that produce stress hormones that influence memory and emotion regulation. Studies are cited to demonstrate how perceiving a situation to be threatening or not can activate or inhibit a stress response. The final presentation considers Cultivating Awareness and Resilience in Education (CARE for Teachers), a professional development program for educators that combines emotion skills instruction with mindfulness and compassion practices. The impact on teachers and classroom interactions is correlated with student motivation and reading competence. This session concludes with an open discussion and synopsis of crucial points discerned during the five days.