Do you remember when you still had a passion for teaching, how it used to set your soul alight?
At the beginning of a new, still uncertain school year, when you may be exhausted and on the edge of burn-out, can you remember the joy that sharing the love of learning once brought you?
In this two-hour meditative, self-care workshop on Zoom, in community with those who also know first-hand the struggles of your chosen career path, you will write to prompts designed to reignite that spark of passion that made you the teacher you are.
Who should take this class
This class is open to any and all educators who yearn for a space to renew their passion for and love of teaching.
Joanna Tebbs Young, MA, MFA is author of the award-winning biography of Vermont historian, Lilian Baker Carlisle, and has both a memoir and personal essay collection in the works. She holds a BA in History from Castleton University, and an MA in Transformative Language Arts and MFA in Creative Nonfiction, both from Goddard College.
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