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Reserve your spot for the Educator Resilience Summit Replay Weekend.

Why this summit?

Students and staff are still healing from the collective trauma that we have all experienced through this pandemic. Educator wellness must be a priority now more than ever. If what you really want is to...

Move beyond cutesy, simplistic ideas of wellness that are fun in the moment, but make no impact on wellness

Build a culture that provides organizational care for your staff, instead of requiring staff to figure it out on their own

Create rhythm and routine in your life and in your classroom that support well-being

You can acheive all of these things. The best part: this summit has been designed by educators to provide actionable strategies to help. 

THE EDUCATOR RESILIENCE SUMMIT IS ABOUT EMPOWERING SCHOOLS TO PRIORITIZE STAFF WELL-BEING AND CREATE SUPPORTIVE SCHOOL ENVIRONMENTS.

I strongly believe that teachers shouldn’t be expected to individually care for their own needs and that organizations have a responsibility to build their capacity to care for staff. Schools will never be able to adequately respond to student needs until we are able to have staff that feel valued, heard and cared for by the organization.

Maybe you're...

Feeling the toll of the emotional labor in examining issues of bias and racism

Struggling to figure out how educators can support each other

Overwhelmed by the future of education 

Discouraged by feelings of inadequacy

We are designing this summit to be packed full with ideas of how you can impact your own well-being and as school systems we can change the culture to better care for those that pour their lives into students! Before we can meet the needs of students, we have to have organizations that meet the needs of the adults in the system. Schools need to become a place where staff and students feel connected and valued.

Meet Your Host

Denise Square

Hi there! I'm Denise Moody and I'm here to give you the tools and resources you need to prioritize staff wellbeing and supportive school cultures in your building. As an educator, therapist and administrator, I’ve discovered that the work that gives me purpose is to support passionate and motivated educators and administrators in transforming schools to support the needs of all students and families, without burning themselves out in the process. I have spent sixteen years working in educational settings with early childhood through high school age students primarily at the district level and currently serve as the Assistant Director of Student Services with Rochester Public Schools. I have a bachelor’s degree in Social Work from Winona State University and Masters of Social Work from the University of St. Thomas/College of St. Catherine’s. I also attended the University of Minnesota with a focus area of educational leadership and am licensed as a Director of Special Education. I am a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker and have my own private practice providing psychotherapy to adolescents and adults. I am also the Founder and Director of an educational consulting and events firm, Resilience Impact, LLC.

The Details

When

Join us for a full replay of the Educator Resilience Summit! All session replay videos will be available from Saturday, November 28th, 7:00 AM CST until Sunday, November 29th 9:00 PM CST.

The best part - attending the replay weekend is completely FREE!

Where

You can tune into the summit from anywhere with Internet access.

 Presentations

Presentations will be 35 - 50 minutes in length. Each presenter will provide you with a worksheet to follow along with so you can make your action plan while tuning in. 

Community

You’ll also have access to a private Facebook group for the summit where we’ll be hanging out before the summit starts and working together to create supportive school environments once it kicks off.

ALL ACCESS PASS

After registering, you have the option to upgrade to gain access to the All Access Pass. That means you'll get replays of all the sessions for 1 year, a digital workbook and pdfs of the slides. You won't want to miss it!

Not your average TRAINING

There are a lot of summits, trainings, and workshops out there. So what makes this one different?

Sometimes attending online trainings can feel a little like playing the lottery. You pour over the websites and research the presenters hoping to choose something that will be engaging and practical. Despite my best efforts, I often end up in sessions where the actual content didn't match the description at all or I am left with the question "what's next?". While there is clearly some awesome content to be found in these type of trainings, it all too often requires a lot of effort, and a bit of luck, to find.

We designed this summit to be different!

We have designed each session to be full of engaging content and provide practical applications of the material. All of our sessions are presented by our team of educational consultants that are educators and administrators that understand the challenges and rewards of doing this work.

The Speakers

Now for the part you’ve been waiting for. Here are the amazing speakers you’ll hear from at the Educator Resilience Summit.

Dayna Jondal
Explore Nonviolent Communication: A Personal Tool for Letting Self-Compassion Emerge

Erica Wortherly
Teaching with Mental Health in Mind

Amber Harper
8 Simple Steps to Go from Burned-Out to BURNED-IN

Julia Bantimba
Reflective Practice On the Go: Using Strategic Moments to Support Teachers in Reflecting on their Work

Alexis Shephard
Rewriting the "Good Teacher" Narrative: Self-Care & Sustainability

LaWanda Wesley
Raising Anti-Racist Children through Love & Healing

Danna Thomas
Happy Teacher Revolution: Supporting the Mental Health and Wellness of Educators Around the World

Courtney & Christopher Daikos
Finding Your Center to Serve Others: Universal Mental Health Practices for Adults to Benefit & Support Youth During Trying Times

Denise Moody
Emotionally Healthy Educators

Sarah Clarke
Hacking Educator Resilience: A Therapist’s Guide to Creating a Mindset and Culture of Resiliency Practices

Birdie Cunningham
Good Sleep as a Protective Factor for Mental Health and Wellbeing

It's time to…

- Create rhythm and routine in your life and in your classroom that support well-being

 

- Give yourself permission to take care of your needs

 

- Recognize your boundaries and when you are taking on too much

 

- Renew your passion for teaching when you feel like you have nothing left to give

THE GOOD NEWS IS YOU DON'T ARE NOT IN THIS ALONE. JOIN US FOR THE EDUCATOR RESILIENCE SUMMIT AND GET ACCESS TO 11 PRESENTATIONS FROM EXPERIENCED EDUCATORS LIKE YOU...IT'S FREE!

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