Chelnor Griffin is a native of Tifton, GA but currently resides in Albany, GA with her amazing husband, two awesome sons, and a feisty dog named Jack. Educating children has been her passion for the last 19 years at the elementary school level. She holds a bachelor's degree in Elementary Education, a Master's Degree in Elementary Education with a specialization in Reading & Literacy, and an Education Specialist degree in Higher Education and Adult Learning. She is currently a 4th grade ELA teacher, Instructional Coach, and CEO of Prestige Educational Consulting and Academic Enrichment Tutoring, LLC. Mrs. Griffin has served on her local school district's ELA team as a lead teacher, curriculum planner, and conducted professional learning workshops for her school district's reading and math programs.
Title: The Importance of Teaching Self-Care and Social-Emotional Coaching
In this session, the discussion will center on how to:
1) assist your coachee in creating and maintaining a self-care plan
2) teach the importance of self-care and
3) build a trusting relationship with your coachee.
There will be specific directives and plans shared on how to accomplish these goals within your coaching partnership. At the end of this session, coaches will be able to implement self-care plans with the teachers they coach and build a trusting relationship that will make the coaching partnership purposeful, intentional, and effective.