About Joy in Teaching
The time is now
Teachers are marching in the streets for their rights and for the rights of their students. Statistics paint a doom and gloom portrait of the education profession with nearly 50% of teachers leaving the classroom within the first 5 years and fewer and fewer college students choosing to enter the field. The roles of educators continue to increase. The demands have never been higher. And what is being done to help teachers build resilience, keep them in the classroom, and happy? Joy in Teaching is fighting for all educators. We are fighting to keep the purpose. We are fighting to keep the passion. We are fighting for you.
you head home knowing that you have positively impacted the lives of your students and in a larger sense potentially bettered the world. Those are the days that you think about when you decide to become a teacher, those are the days they tell you about in college, those are the days you teaching for, but those are not all the days.
And those other days?
Well, they don’t get mentioned much, do they?
Joy in Teaching is for those days, and sometimes weeks, months, years… when it’s hard to see the fruit of the seeds you’re planting. It’s about developing the resilience to be the best educator in the dimmest of times and becoming the light for others in your field. It takes reflection, planning, and work, but it’s all worth it to reclaim the joy in teaching.
It is critical that the proverbial pendulum begins to swing back and all teachers gain the support they deserve.
Here’s what teachers are saying
Hi there, I am Dr. Tiffany Carr, founder of Joy in Teaching. As an educator with experience, teaching kindergarten classes through graduate courses, as well as a BA, MA, and Ph.D. in education. I have ridden the rollercoaster of this profession.
My passion lies, and always will, in teaching, however, I have lived the day-to-day pressures of trying to meet the needs of each unique student, the late nights, the phone calls home, the assessments, the class sizes, the budgets, the schedules, and the impact it can all have on our personal lives. Let’s just say I get it.
Frustrated with seeing too many great teachers begin to question their purpose, some leaving the profession altogether, I began to research teacher resilience, compassion fatigue, vicarious trauma, teacher attrition, and occupational stress. Along the way, I developed a pathway of reclaiming my own joy in teaching as well as a bit of an obsession with the values, ideologies, and perceptions behind what it means to live a life in education.
My dedication to teachers and the profession comes from a place of understanding and support. I know the dynamics of what is happening in our schools and I want to be of service. It is a tumultuous time in the world of education and Joy in Teaching is here to strengthen teachers, administrators, and schools and keep great educators doing what they do best.
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