Are you overwhelmed as a teacher? Do you find that your passion just isn't where it used to be? Do you love what you do, but the daily stress is just becoming too much? You've found the right place. Our podcast focuses on self-care for teachers and how to avoid burnout while creating a memorable and (relatively) stress-free environment in your classroom and school.
Teaching is becoming an increasingly difficult career path each year that passes. There are some tweaks you can make to your teaching methodology that will help alleviate a significant amount of stress and allow you to consistently enjoy the time with your students.
As educators, we so often get ourselves all wrapped up with the little things that we lose perspective of the big picture. In this week's episode, we look at the slippery slope of life when this happens and brainstorm ways to stop it.
As teachers, we want to help all of our students do big things. But what happens when we immerse ourselves in their own personal traumas every day? How do we make sure that we are still in a good place to help them? In this weeks podcast, we talk about how to do just that.
We know how important student brain breaks are to their mental health and productivity in the classroom, but what about teachers? Should they also take brain breaks? The answer is YES, and in today's episode, we explain how.
What if it isn't an external voice that is getting you down. What if it is your own negative self talk....and upon examination, it's unnecessary and incorrect? On this week's podcast, we take a look at your internal voice and whether it's building you up or knocking you down.
External voices are all around us.....it's wonderful when they're positive and uplifting, but what happens when they're negative? What happens when they end up making your internal voice doubt itself? Today we're going to tackle the negativity and what you need to do to keep yourself above the chaos.