« Teach Our Children Well: Strengthening Adult Capacity to Meet Student Needs

Register - Feb 10, Midlothian

Educator wellness and healthy school culture are essential if we are to address the diverse needs of our students. Getting there takes more than occasional donut and dress down days. It requires our collective commitment to move beyond survival to keep ourselves consistently well – both individually and organizationally. In this session, we will examine five disciplines—attunement, alignment, perspective, collective efficacy, and organizational learning—that are key to strengthening educators and schools so that they can stop swimming upstream and find equilibrium.

Join Allison Rodman for a day that balances introspective and reflection with focused action. Tools will be provided to help you identify your social emotional strengths and growth opportunities, develop a personal growth plan, and take your first action steps in each discipline before you even leave the workshop. If you have been looking for an opportunity to step away from the chaos, recenter, and refocus – both professional and personally – this professional learning opportunity is for you! We strongly recommend attending with a school team of at least 3, though individual attendees are also welcome.

Note: Should inclement weather cancel the in-person session, it will be presented as a three part webinar, 4:00- 5:30 pm on February 15, March 1, and March 15.

 

Our Keynote Speakers

Allison Rodman

​Allison is a specialist in adult and professional learning. She makes connections and shares resources to personalize the learning process for all (both learners and the leaders who support them - at every level of the system). The goal of her work is to support the whole learner to view growth as an ongoing experience and not an endpoint.

Learn more about Allison Rodman here