Session Times are Listed in Eastern Standard Time

All daily sessions are available for the day they are listed. So no session is only available for only 30min-1hour. However, any of the times listed are for times that the presenter will be available on the Facebook page for Q&A.

"Using Technology as part of your Self-Care" | Emily Eggers, M.Ed.

11-11:30 - Q&A in the Facebook Group

Whenever we imagine self-care, we think of meditation, yoga, or mindfulness. But not all self-care looks the same. This workshop will take you through just a few self-care options that you can easily do on your phone, tablet, or laptop because not everyone sees working out or going for a walk as self-care. Bring your phone with you so that you can get started with these strategies right away!

"Design Your Perfect Morning Routine" | Amber Evancio

11:30-12:00 - Q&A in the Facebook Group

Morning routines are key to unlocking a peaceful start to your day, both in and out of the classroom. If you're tired of feeling frantic as you guzzle your coffee and start your day, it might be time to start practicing an intentional morning routine. You’ve probably seen a ton of people sharing their morning routines lately. You might be wondering how in the world you could realistically find time to do all of these acts of self care first thing in the morning. The thing is, morning routines are not one size fits all (well nothing really is, is it?). In this workshop, you’ll learn how to decide what to include in your morning routine based on your lifestyle. You’ll also learn some tips on how to start implementing your perfectly designed morning routine.

"Feed Your Soul - Tap Into Your Creativity" | Amy Roadman

12:00-12:30 - Q&A in the Facebook Group

Don’t feel like you have to be an artist to be creative! In this session, we will figure out ways that work for you and your interests, skills, and talents when it comes to feeling like you are able to add creativity into your life, whether it is something you want to do in your downtime (I know, what is that?!) or little ways to add a bit of creativity into your work life so it almost feels like you get to take a break while you are being productive. 

"Morning Focus: Bridging the Gap Between Mental Health and Education" | Kerri Voit & Jessica Raymond

12:30-1:00 - Q&A in the Facebook Group

Do you frequently see behaviors in your students due to stress, anxiety and frustrations? Teachers deal with these frustrations as well. We will be providing in our 30-minute workshop guidance on how to use our free meditation program. Teachers know that negative mindsets, anxiety and stress cannot just change overnight. Morning Focus is a free program that we will be showing you how quick, and easy it is to use in your classroom. Building a bridge daily, can give long term changes to the students and teachers mindsets. Join us for this workshop to get some great free resources and guidance on implementation to help create positive mindsets in your classroom. 

"Boundary Setting for Educators" | Kayland Lamar

2:00-2:30 - Q&A in the Facebook Group

Oftentimes, educators have a difficult time navigating work-life balance. In this session, educators will learn how to improve their self-care practices through boundary setting. We will dive into what it looks like to build healthy relationships with students, parents, and colleagues by establishing clear limits.

Organizing Your Files To Save Time, Energy, and Sanity" | Lisa McHargue, M.Ed.

11-11:30 - Q&A in the Facebook Group

Do you sigh every time you open your Google Drive to look for a file? Do your shoulders tense when you see your computer desktop or messy file folders? Believe it or not, unorganized files and the chaos they create has a profound effect on your productivity, mood, and even your health! This session will teach you simple ways to declutter files you don’t need, and introduce you to the simple steps you can take to get the file chaos under control so you can reduce the amount or sneaky stress your files are causing.

"The Power of Using Reflection as a Self-Care Tool for Teacher Development " | Karissa Gonzalez

12:00-12:30 - Q&A in the Facebook Group

Self-care is the practice of taking an active role in protecting your well-being, health and happiness. In the education profession,work life can be very stressful and it’s important to take measures to take care of ourselves and reduce stress. One way we can do this is by making reflection a regular tool in our self-care practice.

So, what are the benefits of reflection when used as a self care tool in Teacher Development? There are so many and I’m going to share 5 with you! The first is all about you. The second you can’t forget. The third will have you thanking your past self. The next one is pretty clear. The last can help you get through a lot! Join this self-care session to find out more.

"Implementing Mindful Mornings to Slay the Sunday Scaries" | Danielle Diestl

12:30-1:00 - Q&A in the Facebook Group

Sunday Scaries noun A common anxiety that may develop while thinking about the inevitable dumpster fire waiting for you at work each morning. No coffee is strong enough, no willpower resilient enough and certainly no amount of time gracious enough to ease you into the freefall. Luckily, after years of struggling, I had an epiphany so you don’t have to. Join me and learn how you can use mindfulness to completely rejuvenate your morning routine. With the free tools and templates I’ll be providing to get you started right away, you’ll see how Mindful Mornings are the key to unlocking a world of difference in classroom management and morale.

"Simple and Sustainable Self-Care ABCs to Squash Stress and Increase Impact" | Katie Raher, Ph.D.

1:00-1:30 - Q&A in the Facebook Group

As a time-crunched educator not exactly rolling in the dough, the idea of adding self-care, especially the kind of self-care that’s most marketed such as bubble baths and massages, can feel like something that’s just not possible. Come learn about a vision of Educator SELf-Care that isn't about the trivial types of self-care but rather a more sustainable model that consistently honors the whole you – social, emotional, physical, mental, and spiritual – which in turn allows you to best support the children in your world. In this 30-minute workshop, you’ll learn some powerful self-care ABCs that involve quick, free tools to integrate nourishing self-practices into your busy days and create the kind of resilience that will allow you to make the kind of impact you desire for the long haul.

"No Nonsense Nutrition for Teachers" | Breanna Baildon

5:30-6:00 - Q&A in the Facebook Group

You are constantly bombarded with trends, headlines, fads, and overwhelming misinformation when it comes to nutrition and diets. Teachers know most of these probably aren’t a real solution, but you’re still curious if one could be the magic pill you’ve been looking for. This 30-minute workshop will break down the top nutrition fads and myths while guiding you to walk away with realistic eating habits to put in place each day for more energy and better health.

Managing Burnout (Before It Burns You!)" | Rainy Barton

1:00-1:30 - Q&A in Facebook Group

Are you feeling tired and absolutely exhausted at the end of every day? Do you feel like you’re in a constant brain fog, and just cannot seem to focus no matter what you do? Do you feel constantly overwhelmed while trying to “do it all?” You might be experiencing burnout- and I’m here to help you get out of that funk!

In this session, I will be sharing the top five signs of burnout, and how to navigate it so that you can stop it before it burns you out completely!

"Don’t Forget About You: Self Care Advice for First Year Teachers" | Qiahna Williams

2:00-2:30 - Q&A in Facebook Group

Hey New Teacher! Did you know that overwhelm is the number one reason why beginning teachers leave the classroom? I don’t want that to be you. In this workshop, you will learn how to prioritize yourself, while navigating the ups and downs of being a new teacher. You might be thinking right now of all the things you need to do to prepare for your classroom. But don’t forget about you. Creating a self-care plan is essential to work life balance and in this training, I will show you how to do that with practical tips and strategies that will help you walk with a plan that works for you.

"Digital Emotional Regulation Rooms" | Adelaide Jones

3:00-3:30 - Q&A in Facebook Group

Step by step directions to make a digital emotional regulation room using the Zones of Reglation and mindfulness practices. Free Digital Resources to get you started!

"How Journaling Is An Important Tool for Self Care and Growth Mindset" | Beverley Manikoth

3:30-4:00 - Q&A in Facebook Group

Journaling has long been used to help improve our mental health and manage our emotions. It actually taps into the same psyche as meditation does! Journaling is also a powerful tool to help us grow our growth mindset and become more mindful. In order to continue to grow and improve, we must consistently take time to evaluate our work, manage our emotions and analyze how we’re doing. But how do we fit in and prioritize self-reflection when the school year is so dang busy? In this workshop, we will discuss the link between journaling, growth mindset and mindfulness, break down common journaling myths and share easy research-backed tips to incorporate journaling into your teacher schedule!

"Using Digital Planning to Reduce Stress, Reflect for Growth, and Reorganize for Your Self-Care Plan" | Brittany Prince, M.Ed.

4:00-4:30 - Q&A in the Facebook Group

With a million things to do as a teacher or parent, you've probably bought a paper planner, or fifty in an effort to try organizing your life but none of them seem to have all of the things you need. Maybe someone told you that you needed to journal so you can reflect and unwind? What if there was a way you could ditch the clutter of those bulky notebooks and it would not take a computer design degree?

You need a convenient and simple system that will allow you to organize and plan so that you can plan for "you" time and stay accountable in your mental health. In this 30 minute session, we will unlock the power of digital planning, different methods of digital planning, and finally uncover the convenience of having a planner and/or journal right at your fingertips. You will leave this session with everything you need to start designing your own self-care routine and a digital plan that works for you!

"Be Less Stressed and More Present This School Year With Self-Care" | Helena Hains, M.Ed.

5:00-5:30 - Q&A in the Facebook Group

You are constantly filled with anxiety because you feel guilty for taking time for yourself, setting boundaries, and finding that work-life balance. You know that you should prioritize yourself this school year, but you can’t seem to be consistent with your self-care or you just simply don’t have the time for it. If this sounds like you, then you are in the right place! In this 30 minute workshop, I am walking you through the biggest thing stopping you from being consistent with self-care and how to effectively incorporate self-care into your busy teacher schedule for the 2021 - 2022 school year. All the while being more present in the classroom, less stressed, and making a greater impact with your students! So grab that cup of coffee, I can’t wait to see you there!

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