Join Early Learning Investigations Webinars and experienced early childhood leader Ellen Drolette for an upcoming virtual event that will explore strategies for avoiding burn-out and low morale. Using information and stories from her book, Overcoming Teacher Burnout in Early Childhood: Strategies for Change, Ellen will examine the structures and practices that support the development of healthy attitudes, quality engagement, and optimism in the workplace.
Participants will partake in polls, use self-reflection, and explore opportunities to fuel themselves and those they lead. This session is geared toward anyone who works in a group setting as a direct service provider, support staff, program leader, or administrator.
Join this session to:
- analyze your program’s current practices, as well as your own, in regard to feedback loops and self-reflection and how that relates to mental health, environment, and leadership.
- explore why mental health and optimism play a vital role in the lives of early childhood educators.
- begin to create a wellness plan with actionable steps.
- Understand the importance of mental wellness in early education.
Learn more and register for this event.
Wednesday, December 6, 11 AM PT | 2 PM ET