The Replenish Workshop
A Workshop Designed to Support and Inspire Teachers
Are you or the teachers at your school burnt out, disillusioned, or just plain old tired after two years of teaching through a global pandemic?!?
It's time to Recover, Reflect, and Recreate.
It's time for the Replenish Workshop.
Replenish is a workshop designed especially for educators to support and inspire them. Educators deserve to recover from two years of pandemic instruction.
Nearly two-thirds of teachers have reported an increase in emotional exhaustion and three out of five teachers are reporting concerns about anxiety.
- VeryWell Health
Test-score gaps between students in low-poverty and high-poverty elementary schools grew by approximately 20% in math and
15% in reading.
- The Brookings Institute
Pre-pandemic, mental health challenges were the leading cause of disability and poor life outcomes in young people.
- Center of Disease Control
Two out of three Colorado educators have said they are considering leaving the profession.
The Replenish Workshop: A Workshop Designed to Support and Inspire Teachers
This customized workshop is a year-long learning series designed to support and inspire teachers by providing coaching, communication tools, and leadership practices that help teachers navigate the challenges they face inside of their commitment to teaching kids.
All learning will be portable and can be immediately implemented in the participant’s home school so that adult well-being can take root.
What will educators who attend Replenish receive?
Leadership training that will improve adult culture in schools
Portable tools and processes that can be integrated into the school's existing structure that help strong adult culture flourish
Creative and collaborative group discussions
One-on-one coaching conversations
Processes that transform challenges into possibilities
Investment: $500 for Denver Public School Educators participating in the 2022-2023 cohort. Scholarships are available through DPS to subsidize cost.
"I believe in order to transform a system, we begin by transforming ourselves."
- Maggie Martin Riley