FREE exclusive event for NCCE members and friends
Tuesday | January 28, 2020 4:00 pm PT
Teachers often do a great job of taking care of others, but aren't so great about taking care of themselves. Long hours, not enough sleep, no time to exercise, too much grab-and-go food, and time spend dealing with the needs of students and family all contribute to the problem and leave us little time for ourselves. Many educators lack a work-life balance, which is often coupled with the inevitable high stress levels brought on by the job. Join Chrissy Romano Arrabito as she shares key strategies, resources, and tips for taking better care of yourself.
About the Presenter Christine Romano
Join Christine for the featured presentation! Chrissy Romano is a 2nd grade teacher in New Jersey with over 26 years of experience in elementary and middle school. She is dedicated to teaching the whole child, stimulating and supporting innovation in classrooms, and strives to provide authentic learning experiences for her students. Chrissy's true passion lies in nurturing the quiet kids, those who tend to fall through the cracks, those who truly need a champion cheering them on to success.
Special Guest Tammy Dunbar
Tammy is joining as a special guest and will be sharing some exciting SNEAK PEEK information about her featured Closing Keynote at the upcoming NCCE 2020 Conference! Tammy Dunbar M.Ed. teaches 5th grade in Manteca, CA and is a 2018-2019 Fulbright Teachers for Global Classrooms Fellow. With almost 20 years of experience as an educator and trainer, Dunbar has developed and delivered professional learning for educational conferences and communities across the country, and the globe. Tammy embraces the opportunity to share her knowledge with educators from around the world while also learning from them. She wants everyone to know that Teacher Geek is Chic!
"Wow!! Lots of great advice!" - Kim Overstreet, Pre-K School Teacher
"I really appreciate Mrs. Romano giving us helpful strategies for self-care from the perspective of someone who has been there. Small changes can bring about great results!" - Ruth Conrad, Middle School Teacher
"This was great! I have also used some of the tips that were provided and they were very helpful! Thanks!!" - Elin Dominguez, Elementary School Teacher