This series is a follow-up to Dr. Jennifer Wheat Townsend’s free workshop in May, Looking Forward to a Year of Renewal and Rejuvenation: Emerging from the Pandemic to Focus on Educator Well Being.
Session 3: Keep It Moving
In this session you’ll explore the role of physical activity in what you do on a daily and/or weekly basis. How do we fit it into our busy lifestyles as educators? What does it look like and sound like for you?
Dr. Jennifer Wheat Townsend is the Director of Learning in Noblesville Schools and the Learning Officer of the Noblesville Diversity Coalition Board. Jennifer has also served as a Literacy Specialist, worked at Butler and Indiana University, and taught a multi-age K-1 classroom. Jennifer’s focus is on literacy, instructional coaching, and equity. She graduated from Butler University with her Bachelor and Master’s degree and completed her doctoral work at Indiana University. She believes that the heart of our work in education centers around humanity—creating spaces for children and adults to learn, be heard, be seen and valued. Jennifer has a passion for education, reading, writing, and fitness.