Tips for Starting the School Year with Energy and Resilience

Hello Fabulous Educators!

As the new school year beckons, we know you’re gearing up to make it the best one yet. Why not kick-start this journey with some fresh insights, inspiring stories, and actionable tips to fuel your passion and resilience? Join us for an engaging and enlightening webinar that promises to be a shot of enthusiasm and wisdom for your educator’s toolkit!

🌟 Webinar Highlights

  • Title: “Tips for Starting the New School Year with Energy and Resilience”
  • A lively panel discussion with seasoned experts in the field of education
  • Practical advice and actionable strategies to start the school year on a high note
  • Networking opportunities with like-minded educators

🔥 Why You Should Tune In

  1. Be Inspired: Absorb fresh perspectives and ideas to spice up your teaching approach.
  2. Get Empowered: Equip yourself with tools and strategies to foster a resilient and caring classroom environment.
  3. Network and Connect: Be a part of a community that shares your passion for education.
  4. It’s Free!: Yes, you heard it right! These awesome experiences come at zero cost!

Ready to transform your approach to the new school year? Grab your favorite beverage, sit in your favorite comfortable chair, and tune in for an hour of conversation that promises to inspire your educator spirit!

Meet our Panelists!

Tim Morrow

NAEA President

Tim Morrow, with over three decades in education, currently leads Antietam Academy. He is a fervent advocate for “at-promise” youth and emphasizes the importance of addressing the root causes of behavioral issues. His experience spans across various roles, significantly impacting alternative education at both state and national levels.

Dr. Coby Davis

NAEA Treasurer

Dr. Coby Davis brings an extensive background from public schooling to higher education. As the assistant principal of Archer Learning Center, he is known for integrating modern learning techniques and technologies and has a significant impact on community and educational development.

Dr. Mary Cullen Frazier

NAEA Executive Director

With a focus on DEI practices and trauma-informed principles, Dr. Mary Cullen Frazier has led transformative programs in alternative education. Her work is grounded in extensive research and experience, aiming to support marginalized student populations through innovative educational practices.

Ann Hughes

Also a Texas resident, Ann brings to the table her extensive experience as a principal and as a district administrator over student intervention and social learning for Sanger ISD. She is ready to share her secrets to starting the school year with unbridled enthusiasm and energy!

Jason Johnson 

Jason is a licensed school psychologist and has published research on resilience and student performance.  Jason is a passionate advocate for disadvantaged students and currently consults and trains educators across the nation as the director of training and research for the WhyTry organization. Jason is a thought leader on resilience education and has spoken at hundreds of conferences around the country. He has led successful implementations of all WhyTry programs and has pioneered trainings for clients in healthcare, corporate, and the US Military.

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