WE Teachers and a Pandemic Informed Community

I’ve been talking with educators and we have dealt with so much the last few months.  We have been asked to step up to the plate, to reinvent how we teach, to make ourselves comfortable with the very uncomfortable, all while not knowing all the facts about this Global Pandemic.

WEteachers-Pandemic Module Assets

The folks at WE Teachers are partnering with Walgreens to help educators learn more about teaching in a trauma-informed classroom AND mental health information.

WEteachers-Pandemic Module Assets

Walgreens and WE Teachers are offering educators “exclusive access to professional learning opportunities, from discussions on critical social issues led by industry experts to virtual events that connect you with teachers and schools around the world.”

And more importantly: It’s all FREE!
Head over to the WE teacher’s website, to access the two modules (trauma-informed community and mental well-being). All you have to do is register!

One last thing before you go!

The WE Teachers Award recognizes that teachers do so much more than teach—they’re leaders, guides, and mentors. This award recognizes those teachers that go above and beyond in their classroom and community.

Teachers can be nominated, or directly apply for an award through a simple application process online. Walgreens and WE review all applicants and award, 1000 teachers, with a $500 Walgreens gift card to be used to support teachers in their classroom (classroom supplies, etc.). Click HERE to nominate a teacher or apply.

This post is sponsored by WE Teachers, made possible by Walgreens. All opinions are my own.