Be Uncommon, Be Well: Strategies for Teacher Well-being
January 30, 2024
5:00 - 5:30 PM EST
(Full Access Required)
Workshop Description: Explore practical self-care strategies tailored to the demands of the teaching profession. Learn how to carve out time for self-care in your busy schedule and prioritize your mental and emotional health. Discover effective stress management techniques specifically designed for educators. Gain insights into how to manage classroom stress, handle workload pressure, and maintain a healthy work-life balance. Learn the art of building resilience as a teacher. Explore techniques for bouncing back from challenges, cultivating a growth mindset, and fostering a positive outlook even in the face of adversity. Discover how to advocate for well-being within your school community and build a supportive network of colleagues.
Are you looking for new ways to prioritize your self-care as an educator while juggling the never-ending demands of the classroom? Research shows that teachers who prioritize their well-being are better equipped to create a positive learning environment and support their student's growth and development. Join Dr. Courtney Teague for this timesaving, to the point session as she shares practical strategies that will redefine your approach to mental, emotional, and physical health and create a more balanced and sustainable teaching experience. Get ready to embark on a transformative journey to be uncommon, be well, and prioritize your happiness as a teacher! Courtney's passion for educator wellness will help you create a healthy, productive, and fulfilling learning space for yourself and your students.
Participants will have communication and collaboration and opportunities throughout the training to demonstrate their understanding of the session objectives and reflect on their learning.
||Available for Registration
|Date & Time:
||Tuesday, January 30, 2024 @ 5:00 PM EST
||Counseling, Personal Enrichment, Workplace
||Beginning Teachers, Educator Growth & Wellness, New Teachers, Preservice Teachers, Self-care, Student Teaching, Well-being