Workshops for Well-Being

In this four-part video series, Tara Hardy, Director of Education at Detroit Public Television, explores how factors like stress, physical activity, and nutrition can impact the learning outcomes and behavior of young people. Each video offers free and practical strategies to improve the emotional well-being of the entire family. This series is also available with Arabic and Spanish subtitles. Watch all of the videos below. 

What’s included in the content:

  • How to deal with temper tantrums without losing your cool
  • A 20-minute practice that leads to a happier household
  • The specific foods to include in your diet to influence better attitudes and concentration
  • 3 types of movement to implement daily to maximize emotional wellness
  • How to deal with stressful situations without alienating your family
  • How you can use food to change your mood
  • 3 steps to take to manage challenging behavior without losing your temper
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Together with the Michigan Department of Education, REL Midwest found that about 61,000 teachers are certified to teach in the state but choose not to. Why?

In a new documentary, REL Midwest and Detroit Public Television explore why certified teachers in Michigan aren’t teaching and what can be done to bring them back into the classroom.

Join us to watch our latest documentary “Teachers who aren’t teaching: Who are they and how do we get them back?”, followed by a live panel discussion.
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