Product ID: #PDBD20-1
Non-Member: $399.00Your price
A digital professional development offering for teachers on the theme of Understanding Well-Being. With 1 CEU worth of rich content from health and wellness experts, ACSI PD by Design allows administrators flexibility in hosting their own in-house PD by choosing a date and schedule that works best for their staff. ACSI PD by Design provides access to affordable, high quality professional development for teachers so they can grow in their profession, acquire CEUs, and advance Christ-centered education with excellence.
Non-Member Site License Fee: $399.00 / Member Site License Fee: $249.00Site licenses are valid until June 30th of the school year in which they are purchased.
Please note that the site license fee includes CEUs for three (3) participants. CEUs for additional participants are available for $25 each. Click here to request additional participant CEUs.
Session: "The Six Principles for Building Post Traumatic Growth"
Rex Miller is a nationally respected futurist, consultant, speaker, and researcher. In writing his book “WHOLE: What Teachers Need to Help Students Thrive,” Rex asks these questions: What is happening to our teachers?; Why does it seem like they are disengaging?; and Why are they experiencing burnout?
Rex describes this problem as a chronic condition called “the caregivers dilemma” that has been getting worse over the decades. In this session, Rex shares the formula for trusting the Lord and growing through traumatic events."
Session: “Fulfill Your Ministry”
In this session, Ginger Hill builds on a foundational understanding that each educator is called to ministry (2 Tim. 4:5). She guides listeners to 1 Corinthians 3:16-17, where scripture reminds them of the importance of caring for their bodies, as the temple of God.
Session: “What Moves YOU to Move”
In this session, Ginger Hill tackles the joys and obstacles of getting exercise and challenges educators to find activities that motivate them and bring them pleasure.
Session: “Living Well—Eating Well in the Express Lane of Life”
Ginger Hill reminds us that every educator (runner) needs the "fuel" of food to keep them in the race (1 Cor 9:24). She approaches this topic of nutrition in the spirit of freedom, understanding that there is no one-size-fits-all eating plan.
Session: “Living Well—Rest”
Ginger Hill challenges listeners to consider both the healthy and unhealthy mindsets that influence assumptions about rest. Ginger helps educators to focus on "being with God" over "doing for God."
Session: "No Way Through isn't True: Carrying Hope into the Classroom or Zoom"
In this session, Dave inspires courage and challenges educators to see their students through God’s eyes. He also provides practical tools to support and foster student resiliency in the classroom because he believes that Christian teachers and leaders are purveyors of God’s hope.
Session: "Conversation about Well-Being"
In her conversational style, Mia Mbroh, along with two ACSI colleagues, discuss the challenges of remaining spiritually and emotionally well during difficult times.