Sun, Feb 20|
From Burnout to Brilliance: SEL and Mathematical Practice Standards
Experience breath and movement as threads that weave together SEL competencies and student [mathematical] practices to foster affirming, inclusive mindful mathematical learning spaces.
Time & Location
Feb 20, 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM EST
About the Event
During this workshop, you will experience breath and movement as threads that weave together five core social emotional competencies and eight student [mathematical] practices to foster affirming, inclusive mindful mathematical learning spaces.
- When: TBD
- Custom for your site $1000 for a 3 hour virtual workshop for up to 25 participants
- Reach out firstname.lastname@example.org for event options planned.
Burnout, defined by Herbert Freudenberger (1975) has three components: 1. emotional exhaustion—the fatigue that comes from caring too much, for too long; 2. depersonalization—the depletion of empathy, caring, and compassion; and 3. decreased sense of accomplishment—an unconquerable sense of futility: feeling that nothing you do makes any difference. Many students and educators deal with varying degress of "learning brunout". Engage in and explore mindful movement, mathematics, and mapping our mathetmatical practive experience to social emotional competencies. You will leave with tools to alleviate learning burnout and fatigue.