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May 8, 2024 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM EDT

More Than Just Self-Care: Six Factors of Educator Well-Being


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About This Webinar

Join AFT’s Share My Lesson for this free, for-credit webinar to support your health and well-being, part of our 2024 Wellness Series

It is far too easy to succumb to the narrative that problematically high educator attrition is somehow unavoidable — and that burnout is inevitable in this profession. AFT’s and Educators Thriving’s joint efforts suggest something entirely different: educators want to enjoy their jobs and stay committed to their work. They care deeply about their impact. Their well-being, in fact, can be improved when it is meaningfully prioritized. However, asking educators to do this work in isolation is not sufficient. We must also consider how to change systems to create the conditions that foster educator well-being and retention.

Join us for an hour-long free, for-credit webinar in which we explain how to go beyond burnout — equipping educators with strategies that are proven to increase well-being while also providing school systems the tools they need to drive improvements in educator well-being at scale. With a meaningful and measurable definition of educator well-being, we can spark improvements that create positive working and learning conditions for all.

Note: Each webinar in this Wellness Series is a stand-alone professional development webinar; you can watch one or all and in any particular order that suits your needs. Register now.


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Professional Credit

Share My Lesson webinars are available for one-hour of PD credit. A certificate of completion will be available for download at the end of your session that you can submit for your school's or district's approval.

In addition, Share My Lesson has arrangements in place as follows:

Wellbeing and its importance in education
A really inspirational and uplifting session. Excellent work from the team. Reminds us that teachers are an important link in our schools to be valued and not disregarded by administrators or parents. It seems teachers around the world are feeling undervalued, not just in Australia. A comforting thought in one way but portends the view of where it will end. More sessions like this are needed and required viewing for Education Department officials, not just school administrators.
May 08, 2024