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Chicago – October 27, 2018

Chicago – October 27, 2018

Join us for a day in Chicago of workshops, keynote speakers, panels and vendors all around teacher self-care.

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San Antonio – Jan. 26, 2019

San Antonio – Jan. 26, 2019

Join us for a day in San Antonio, Texas full of workshops, keynote speakers, panels and vendors all around teacher self-care.

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Miami – March 23, 2019

Miami – March 23, 2019

Join us for a day in Miami full of workshops, keynote speakers, panels and vendors all around teacher self-care.

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Atlanta- June 21-22, 2019

Atlanta- June 21-22, 2019

Join us for our annual conference over two days full of workshops, keynote speakers, panels and vendors all around teacher self-care.

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Join us for our annual conference!

Join us for our annual conference!

Each June join hundreds of educators from across the country make the journey to an event that inspires their soul and rejuvenates their profession. They leave with strategies and best practices for filling their teaching tanks. They learn new ideas for not only delivering instruction that engages students and addresses the most pressing needs as them as professionals. Join us to find new teaching buddies, new connections with self-care advocates, and enough new resources to keep you busy well into the next school year.

What People Are Saying

The Best Conference Ever

"I don't say things like this lightly; this was my favorite conference ever." Valencia D. Clay
2018-09-14T00:01:05+00:00
"I don't say things like this lightly; this was my favorite conference ever." Valencia D. Clay

This is the only conference that matters!

I love this event- it's authentic and addresses what teachers REALLY need. This was my second year attending and I left feeling renewed.

  • Alison C.

2018-09-15T20:47:29+00:00
I love this event- it's authentic and addresses what teachers REALLY need. This was my second year attending and I left feeling renewed. Alison C.

I came to conference alone!






I went to Atlanta by myself and the Self-Care Conference for teachers was beyond my greatest expectations! It was DOPE! It was what I needed to renew myself after a long and trying school year. I felt as if I was with family! I made some lifelong friends I know I can rely on when it comes to teaching, learning, and self-care. I am working on attending again this year! 















2018-09-21T02:46:48+00:00
I went to Atlanta by myself and the Self-Care Conference for teachers was beyond my greatest expectations! It was DOPE! It was what I needed to renew myself after a long and trying school year. I felt as if I was with family! I made some lifelong friends I know I can rely on when it comes to teaching, learning, and self-care. I am working on attending again this year! 

High-Stress, Type-A Type Person

I am a high-stress, type-A person. I feel like I am always on the verge of burning out from a job I love. When I heard about the Teacher Self-Care conference, I admit I was skeptical. What if it was just another set of PDs telling teachers how important they are...for test scores, for parent communication, for enforcing rules?

It wasn’t that at all! The goal of the conference seemed to be to make sure we left knowing we are important simply because we are human beings of value. I can’t remember the last time I heard that, inside or outside of a school. Everyone there came with heir struggles and their hearts on their sleeves, ready to support each other in this crazy field we work in.

Of course, we learned about mindfulness and stress reduction. But, we also learned about support groups that exist, how to advocate for ourselves and for our students, and how to transition out of the profession if that’s where we find ourselves.

I wholeheartedly commend this conference to any teacher, but especially those who feel like it’s them versus the world.
2018-09-21T02:55:58+00:00
I am a high-stress, type-A person. I feel like I am always on the verge of burning out from a job I love. When I heard about the Teacher Self-Care conference, I admit I was skeptical. What if it was just another set of PDs telling teachers how important they are...for test scores, for parent communication, for enforcing rules? It wasn’t that at all! The goal of the conference seemed to be to make sure we left knowing we are important simply because we are human beings of value. I can’t remember the last time I heard that, inside or outside of a school. Everyone there came with heir struggles and their hearts on their sleeves, ready to support each other in this crazy field we work in. Of course, we learned about mindfulness and stress reduction. But, we also learned about support groups that exist, how to advocate for ourselves and for our students, and how to transition out of the profession if that’s where we find ourselves. I wholeheartedly commend this conference to any teacher, but especially those who feel like it’s them versus the world.

Made Me More Secure




The Teacher Self-Care Conference hosted by The Educator’s Room really made me feel much more secure about the things I have gone through as a teacher because we talked about what really goes on behind the scenes. Not only that, but I got great advice from other teachers on how to handle difficult situations that occur both in and out of the classroom. I came away from the conference prepared to make positive changes in my life so that I could move forward after a bad school year and through perseverance, I finally got a teaching job at a school where I feel validated and appreciated. I am so thankful not only for the advice I was given during the conference but the friends I made as a result of the experience. ~Teresa Cooper




 
2018-09-24T18:26:27+00:00
The Teacher Self-Care Conference hosted by The Educator’s Room really made me feel much more secure about the things I have gone through as a teacher because we talked about what really goes on behind the scenes. Not only that, but I got great advice from other teachers on how to handle difficult situations that occur both in and out of the classroom. I came away from the conference prepared to make positive changes in my life so that I could move forward after a bad school year and through perseverance, I finally got a teaching job at a school where I feel validated and appreciated. I am so thankful not only for the advice I was given during the conference but the friends I made as a result of the experience. ~Teresa Cooper