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Educators are doing the hard work along with the “heart” work of teaching. When an educator is able to effectively manage stress and their emotions, they experience an improved sense of well-being, which has a cascade of positive effects for life both inside and outside of the classroom. Self-management skills support adults and students alike, helping them manage their emotions and behaviors, seek support, and reduce stress and burnout as well as set meaningful goals. This session, featuring Trisha DiFazio and Allison Roeser of SEL & Beyond, offers an in-depth look at the SEL competency of self-management with practical ways to improve well-being amidst challenging situations.

Participants will:

  • Explore the SEL competency self-management and understand its benefits.
  • Enhance their own self-management by engaging in strategies firsthand.
  • Be equipped with easy-to-implement strategies that can be used in the classroom, at home, or online.

Register at: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/681174261403125005

Can’t attend? Register now, and you’ll be emailed a recording of the webinar, after the live session ends, to view at your convenience!

About Trisha DiFazio and Allison Roeser:

Trisha DiFazio is an education consultant for Teacher Created Materials (TCM) and a former adjunct professor in the Rossier School of Education at the University of Southern California (USC). Trisha was also a contributing author on TCM’s Language Power: Building Language Proficiency series as well as Creating Social Emotional Learning Environments. She is passionate about empowering teachers and students around social and emotional learning as well as Culturally and Linguistically Responsive Teaching. Ms. DiFazio holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Lake Forest College with a double concentration in English and Spanish, a Master of Arts in Teaching from National Louis University, an ESL Endorsement from Dominican University, and International TEFL Certification from the International Teaching Center in Madrid, Spain. As a result of studying with instructors from UCLA’s Mindful Awareness Research Center (MARC), Trisha has experienced firsthand how practicing mindfulness contributes to one’s overall health and sense of well-being.

Allison Roeser, Master of Health Science (MHS) and Professional Certified Coach (PCC), has almost two decades of experience working with leaders in education, child welfare, and social change. With a Masters in Health Science from Johns Hopkins University, Allison’s thesis focused on increasing effective communication for early childhood educators through the use of classroom consultants in disadvantaged districts. Allison is currently the lead career success coach at SV Academy (voted one of the top education startups in 2020 by Fast Company) in addition to leading workshops and training courses for schools and Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA), a program that advocates for foster care youth in San Francisco. Before becoming a coach, Allison was the Deputy Director at Westat, a research organization focusing on the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs, in addition to developing leadership and life skills for underserved youth in Chicago public schools. As an avid learner of mindfulness practices, Allison has seen firsthand the value of integrating self-awareness into professional and personal development.

  • title: Overwhelmed and Overworked: Supporting Educators’ Well-Being
  • date: March 15 @ 3:00 pm - March 15 @ 4:00 pm