The habits we form in the early stages of our vocation as educators will help — and potentially haunt — us for the rest of our careers. The good news is that with greater self-awareness comes a greater ability to be self-regulated, meaning we can deliberately shape who we become as professionals. Knowing and regulating our personality style is a great place to start that process.

The goal of this master class is to help us understand our personality style and learn how the strengths and weaknesses associated with our personality style can make us glow while bringing weaknesses that we can grow.

Participants will complete the Educator Assessment of Social and Emotional Learning (EASEL), an online personality test developed by Dr. Adam Saenz and his colleagues at Texas A&M University; after completing the online test, participants will immediately receive an email response with a comprehensive report outlining strengths, weaknesses, fears and potential biases that impact their performance in the classroom.

 

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