August 9, 2019
(Please visit www.esu13.org for more information.)
Teachers today are called upon to do much more
than just teach their area of expertise, whether its math or English, art or
football. Teachers often play a critical role in the lives of children beyond
the classroom. They can be an outlet, a source of support and help when kids
really need it. This is especially true for children and adolescents
experiencing mental health challenges. This day long training will focus on
helping teachers identify symptoms of mental health challenges in youth and
better understand how these challenges affect one’s overall health and
well-being. Educators will also learn about strategies to implement within the
classroom setting to promote mental wellness and address challenging behavior.
With the increase in teaching responsibility teachers often forget to focus on
their own wellbeing, this training will address the importance of self-care as
well as provide a forum in which all attendees can participate and plan their
self-care plan for the upcoming school year.
Date: August 9, 2019
Location:Conference Room B/C
If any questions please contact: KatieCarrizales firstname.lastname@example.org or 308-635-3696
College Credit is available. George is doing a small presentation within this workshop.
This event has a Google Hangouts video call.