TEA New Teacher Education Program: Self-care, managing expectations, and connecting/working with others – Apr 14

Posted by Teacher Education Alliance on March 15, 2022

The TEA New Teacher Program was created through a collaboration among regional teacher education programs and organizations.  The purpose is to create a safe and engaging space for early career educators to explore the challenges and opportunities they are encountering in their classrooms.

Each workshop will be led by an expert in the field, with tips and strategies as well as guided conversations aimed at sharing practice and building a sustainable, professional community of new educators.  Topics include culturally responsive teaching, building a culture of inquiry, effective questioning, self-care, and much more!

The program will be offered as monthly evening sessions via Zoom from 7:00-8:00 PM.  Earn one Act 48 credit hour for each workshop you attend.

On Thursday, April 14, 2022 the workshop, Self-care, managing expectations, and connecting/working with others will be led by Science Leadership Academy M.S. of the Philadelphia Learning Collaborative.

Self-care in the context of schools is about healthy boundaries, uplifting routines, joyful collaborations and sustainable practices for planning and grading. This workshop will provide ideas for each of these, as well as opportunities to connect and share best practices with colleagues.

Learn more and register.

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