3 Habits To Help Teachers Maintain Their Well-Being

Starting the new academic year is an exciting time full of possibility. Many teachers love the feeling that there is a clean slate and that they have the opportunity to set the tone for the year, establish boundaries and launch their plans. On the flip side, others are apprehensive, and as the momentum of school […]

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7 Tips for Preventing Teacher Burnout

In my career as a teacher, I have found that it can be an incredibly demanding and stressful profession. With long hours, large class sizes, and constant pressure to perform, it is no wonder that so many teachers experience burnout at some point in their careers. Burnout can have serious consequences for both teachers and […]

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How to Become a Leader in Education: The Importance of Values.

Our values are a unique blueprint of who we are. They can’t be forced on us and we are not born with them. Values are not needs such as the need for food, security or love. Our values are our essential self – the core of who we are. Having clear values simplifies decision making […]

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Self-Care for Teachers

Symptoms of Poor Self-Care Teachers are givers –  freely expending time and energy to help others.  However, they often neglect giving themselves time to spend on their own wellbeing. There are many reasons why, but the results of this form of neglect are predictable. The  symptoms of poor self-care include: Having no energy and feeling […]

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Career Transitions for Teachers: From Education to Business

Change is challenging Career transitions are challenging and feeling confused is part of the process.  We may have left where we were but have yet to reach where we want to be.  In our old world we could rely on established skills and draw on our reserves of experience and established relationships. In the new […]

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