Counting School Days Left & Making Them Count

Let the countdown begin You're in the double digits of days left, over two-thirds through the school year. Spring is springing, birds are chirping and the students begin to get restless. Sound familiar? A shift happens after spring break. We and our...

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Is Sacrifice Needed To Be Good Teacher?

The teaching profession is synonymous with self-sacrifice. Teachers regularly go the extra mile. They go into school early, stay late, take work home, plan and attend special events, give their personal time, energy, and money to help their students succeed. [bctt...

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Teacher Blindspot – Do You Have One?

There is a clash in perceptions that is destroying the teaching profession. The Teacher Blindspot is the reason behind much of the stress and burnout within education today. It is the cause of overwork and it is behind issues of teacher retention and resilience The...

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Remain A Changemaker in Education

Teachers are changemakers The majority of teachers enter the profession because they want to make a difference. This desire to do good for others, to BE the good for others, positions them as "changemakers". Changemaker (n) - One who desires to change the world and...

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What is Teacher FOMO? And, How to Overcome It.

FOMO: Fear Of Missing Out We all suffer from it, time-to-time. It's that feeling that something amazing is happening without you. Social media is a major culprit in inducing FOMO with pictures of shiny happy people. Whenever you feel that pit in your stomach that you...

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