Featured Presenter: Dr. Tina H. Boogren
Targeted Audience: All educators
Date: Wednesday, February 3, 2021
Time: 3:00 – 4:15 pm
Location: Web and interactive video conference
Cost: CVEDC member $50 Non-Member $75
During this unprecedented time, it is crucial that we work to establish healthy habits and routines that allow us to bring our very best selves to those we serve. By utilizing a research-based framework for self-care, Dr. Tina H. Boogren will help educators of all levels and backgrounds develop personalized self-care plans for themselves and for their staff, tailored to this unique moment in history. Participants will walk away feeling inspired, rejuvenated and empowered and with personalized self-care plans that can be implemented on an individual basis or presented to school staff as a way to increase retention rate sand avoid staff burnout.
• Understand the foundational research and theory on self-care.
• Discover how to create a culture in schools and classrooms that awakens both teachers and students to new possibilities and excitement.
• Explore how Maslow’s hierarchy of needs – (1) physiological, (2) safety, (3) belonging, (4) esteem, (5) self-actualization, and (6) transcendence – comes into play in your personal and professional life during this unique moment in history.
• Explore specific, easy-to-implement strategies and recommendations related to each level of the hierarch that can be put into place immediately.
About our Marzano Presenter: Tina H. Boogren, PhD, is a former classroom teacher, English department chair, instructional coach, professional developer, athletic coach, author, and building-level leader and is the author of 180 days of Self-Care for Busy Educators an Take Time for You.
Facilitated by: Jenn Wood, M.Ed
Target Audience: K-12 Educators
Dates: Postponed-New dates TBD
Location: Online with Zoom
Cost for 4 sessions CVEDC member $85 Non-Member $100
These 30-minute sessions are designed to support educators during
this time of additional stress to find balance and calm. You will
incorporate 3 evidence-based practices that are effective self-care
practices for beginners and experienced mindfulness practitioners.
Relax and nourish with these practice sessions. Establish a new
practice and reignite existing practices that are doable and
supportive. We will introduce the 3 practices in week 1 and dive
deeper into each at the following 3 sessions.
Week 1: Welcome, introduce the 3 practices
Week 2:Movement/qi gong
Week 3: Intentions
Week 4: 3 breaths (extend to several minutes of breathing practice),resources
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About our facilitator: Jennifer Wood, M.Ed, has worked with adults, teens and children in diverse, international
contexts for almost 30 years as teacher, workshop facilitator, public historian, researcher, and coach.
Mindfulness is effective professional development that supports personal growth, and she is passionate about
mindfulness as self-care for educators, and caregivers. She also teaches mindfulness to young people.
Jennifer’s current intention is to adapt mindfulness practices to nourish individual and collective wellbeing
during the pandemic.
Facilitated by Sonya Collie, Pacific Education Group
Target Audience: K-12 Educators & Leaders
Date: March 24, 2021
Time: 3 – 5 pm
Cost: CVEDC member $125 Non-Member $150
White racial identity development theory describes how white people develop a sense of themselves as racial beings. In this session, participants will use the Courageous Conversation ProtocolTM to move from a theoretical understanding to a personal examination of their own White racial consciousness journey.
Participants will reflect on their experiences of the stages of White racial identity development, so that they can apply these learnings to who they are a racial equity leaders in their families organizations and communities.
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About our facilitator: Sonya Collie is an Equity Transformation Consultant with Pacific Education Group and runs the Operations for the Courageous Conversation South Pacific Institute. Sonya is particularly interested in working in partnership with Indigenous Māori women to disrupt systemic racism. She holds three degrees from the University of Cape Town, South Africa: BA, Hons, and a Master degree in cultural anthropology.