EdWisely Speaker Series ‘21-’22
Educator Efficacy and Wellbeing
A free virtual speaker series via Zoom
Registration capped at 300 attendees per session
EdWisely Speaker Series ‘21-’22: Educator Efficacy and Wellbeing Speakers
Elisa Salazar, MS, MA, LMSW graduated from Grand Valley State University (GVSU) with her Master’s degree in social work in 2010 and her second Master’s degree in communications in 2020. Her background is in diverse settings including juvenile justice, special education, and substance abuse; however, she has spent most of her career as a therapist working with children, families, and individuals from mild to severe mental illness. She received extensive training as a Dialectical Behavioral therapist specializing in trauma and severe and persistent mental health.
Jon Corippo is the inspirational co-author of Eduprotocols. Jon has over 22 years in education, over 15 years of it in the classroom and almost a decade in educational leadership at the site, district, county, and state level.
Lee Gimpel is the founder of Better Meetings in Washington, DC. The firm helps organizations improve their online and in-person meetings via modern meeting design and strategy, facilitation, and training. Clients include corporate, government, non-profit, and associations, such as the National Association of Realtors, Department of Energy, and American Federation of Teachers. Lee is an expert on the dynamics of meetings and focuses on blending productivity, innovation, and collaboration. His work leverages group facilitation, audience engagement, and human-centered design.
4:00-5:30 pm CST
Self-Care in Practice
Concrete strategies that educators can put into practice to maintain their wellbeing
Featured Speaker: Elisa Salazar
Teach Better, Work Less: EduProtocols
Engage educators in a lively look at how implementing these flexible lesson frames can streamline teachers’ planning and instructional process while deepening student learning
Featured Speaker: Tentative
Concrete strategies for more effectively sharing information and structuring meetings to accomplish more and to minimize the “this could have been an email” factor
Featured Speaker: Lee Gimpel