Chaos Control for Superheroes: Tips for Parents and Teachers

    WHEN:  Tuesday, April 9, 2024 from 6:30pm to 8:00pm
    WHERE:  Hayes Barton United Methodist Church, Holroyd Hall

    1.5 contact hours

In today's fast-paced world, both parents and teachers often find themselves challenged by the chaos that comes with raising and educating children. This workshop for parents and teachers aims to provide practical strategies and insights for creating a calm and structured environment in both home and classroom settings.

Learn how to establish meaningful rituals that promote peace and calm, both at home and in the classroom. Discover the power of consistent routines and their impact on children's behavior and overall well-being.

Explore various activities that help you connect with children on a deeper level and foster positive relationships. Through engagement and connection, you can create a more harmonious environment.

Understand the importance of establishing clear and reasonable expectations for children. Discover strategies to effectively communicate these expectations to ensure everyone is on the same page.
Learn the benefits of structured visual routines and how they can minimize chaos. Gain practical techniques and ideas for creating visual routines that help children navigate daily tasks and transitions more smoothly.

Participants can expect an interactive and engaging workshop experience, featuring practical tips, real-life examples, and opportunities for discussion and reflection. Whether you are a parent or a teacher, this workshop aims to equip you with valuable tools to bring order and calmness into the lives of the children you care for.

Join us for "Chaos Control for Superheroes: Tips for Parents and Teachers" and unleash your inner superhero as you navigate the challenges of raising and teaching children in a chaotic world.

We're excited to have Early Childhood Educator and 2020 National Teacher of the Year Tabatha Rosproy returning for our 2024 Peggy Hibbert Enlightenment Series! On April 9th, Tabatha will join our own Lynn Young in presenting TWO programs for the superheroes who care for children at home and at school. We will offer our usual evening program for teachers and parents/caregivers as well as an afternoon program specifically for teachers with tips and tools to keep you energized and on top of your game in the classroom.

Both events will be held at Hayes Barton United Methodist Church at 2209 Fairview Road in Raleigh.

Certificates of attendance will be available.  Discounts are available for individuals attending both sessions and for groups of 5 or more.  Email us for information about discount codes at projectenlightenmentfoundation@gmail.com. 

Learn more about both events and register below.

Learn more about Tabatha Rosproy:
National Teacher of the Year 2020- Tabatha Rosproy

Facebook- Tabatha Rosproy- National Teacher of the Year 2020
Conscious Discipline "Real Talk for Real Teachers" podcast- guest Tabatha Rosproy

Learn more about Lynn Young:

Lynn Young bio

Dr. Peggy Hibbert


Find Your Inner Superhero When You Just Want to Give Up - A Workshop for Teachers

     WHEN:  Tuesday, April 9, 2024 from 1:30pm to 4:30pm (NOTE: This is a change from the original posted time).

    WHERE:  Hayes Barton United Methodist Church, Fellowship Hall

    3 contact hours

Being a teacher is a demanding and often overwhelming role. It's natural to sometimes feel like giving up and losing sight of your own super powers. However, it's essential to remember that within each of us lies the capability to overcome challenges and find our inner strength and resilience. Join us for the Finding Your Inner Super Hero When You Just Want to Give Up workshop, where we will provide you with strategies and techniques to rediscover your motivation, maintain your calm, and find joy in your teaching journey.

In this transformative workshop designed exclusively for teachers, our primary focus will be on finding your own calm amidst the daily challenges of the classroom. Discover effective strategies to shift your perception of how you see the behavior of children and the world around you.

One of our key objectives is to guide you in creating your own joy and harnessing its power to help you stay calm in the face of adversity. We firmly believe that joy is not a distant luxury, but a tool that can positively impact your teaching practice and overall well-being.

Throughout the workshop, you will learn valuable breathing and grounding techniques, which can be easily integrated into your daily routine. These practices will serve as powerful tools to keep you centered, focused, and resilient in the toughest moments, enabling you to create a calm and supportive learning environment.

Join us for "Find Your Inner Superhero: When You Just Want to Give Up" and discover how to unlock the superhero within you. Be inspired, motivated, and equipped with practical strategies to navigate the challenges of teaching with newfound strength and resilience. Don't miss this incredible opportunity to re-ignite your passion for teaching and transform the way you approach your work.


The Peggy Hibbert Enlightenment Speaker Series is a series of educational events created in honor of Dr. Peggy Hibbert. Peggy Hibbert was devoted to the mission of supporting families with young children. Her passion for early education and early intervention is reflected in her many years of involvement at Project Enlightenment as a parent, a doctoral student intern, and eventually as the staff coordinator of the Demonstration Preschool. Her vision and willingness to step forward as the first volunteer President led to the creation of the Project Enlightenment Foundation.  She helped establish the first Board of Directors for the Foundation and set forth the goals and mission of the Foundation. Donations made in her memory help us continue her mission of education through the Peggy Hibbert Enlightenment Speaker Series.