T&L 2900: MS Educator Wellness Book Study 23-24

As teachers explore, reflect, and implement the critical importance of educator well-being, they will be equipped with practical strategies and tools to cultivate and sustain their physical, emotional, and professional well-being.

This learning opportunity is designed to help guide educators in doing work that helps them become the best versions of themselves by: 
  • Developing a keen and deep understanding of their own needs
  • Checking in with oneself through each day/week
  • Responding to our individual needs with targeted actions
The purpose of this professional learning opportunity is to engage teachers in learning in order to:
  • Understand the importance of self-care in the context of a demanding career as a teacher.
  • Apply and try various self-care strategies to reduce stress, enhance resilience, and improve overall well-being.
  • Cultivate mindfulness and emotional intelligence to better navigate challenges.
  • Develop and work towards comprehensive self-care goals, tailored to their individual needs and preferences.
  • Promote and foster a supportive community of educators committed to self-care practices.

This learning opportunity will guide teachers through our anchor text, 180 Days of Self-care for Busy Educators by Dr. Tina Boogren, as they gain a comprehensive understanding of the intersection between self-care and effective teaching, enabling educators to create a healthier, more sustainable teaching practice that benefits both themselves and their students.


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