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4 Life-Changing Habits of New Teachers (that all teachers should adopt)

By Jennifer Chiaramida, Guest Writer While it can be overwhelming to be a new teacher, there are a lot of things rookies are doing exceptionally well. These 4 life-changing habits are great for all teachers' own mental health, ideal for communication with parents, and...
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How Veteran Teachers Can Support New Teachers

The only way schools are going to survive is to support new teachers. The current education crisis has seen a mass exodus from teaching with nearly 50% of new teachers leaving within the first five years, universities unable to entice college students to enter the...
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Why Teachers Should Ask For Help

When confused, overwhelmed, or frustrated, teachers should ask for help as their first move, not their last.

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Is Self-Care the New Bad Word?

Is self-care the new bad word? There has been a lot of backlashes recently by teachers who are tired of the words self-care being bandied about like they are the panacea to all teacher problems. Here’s the thing, self-care is 100 percent necessary to survive teaching,...
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Building Student Relationships Benefits Everyone

Building student relationships is the single most effective and important teaching technique teachers can use.

1500 decisions a day leads to decision fatigue

Teachers Suffer from Decision Fatigue

Decision fatigue is a real result for teachers who make on average 1500 decisions a day. Find out what you can do to help.

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A Mental Health Day Benefits You and Your Students

Take a mental health day without guilt to benefit you and your students.

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Put These 5 Teacher Myths to Rest

5 teacher myths teachers believe that need to be put to rest. You can be empowered to be a good teacher and to find time for yourself.

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