ABOUT THIS EVENT
When asked to teach a short (20 minute) lesson on how to motivate and inspire students, I thought 'the only way to inspire others is to be inspired yourself'.
Join us and get curious about what it even means to feel inspired. It can begin by practicing a useful skill called self-awareness. This 90-minute course is a short and simple introduction to self-awareness. You will leave with concrete steps towards more creativity, possibility, and inspiration.
A Check IN workbook with space for notetaking.
What You Can Expect
- Examine the difference between personal power and social power
- Receive 32 skills, tools, strategies to practice self-awareness
- Take home a workbook
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MORE ABOUT YOUR HOST
Sally Seiffer is a lifetime educator working in schools since 1995. In 2007, Sally received her MSW from the University of Denver and began working as a school social worker in the greater Denver area. Sally became passionate about mindfulness and teacher self-care as essential interventions in response to school violence and student death by suicide. Sally has experience with all grade levels and over the last six years has created several curriculum concepts that include the Check IN and Movement.Breath.Kindness.