Relationships matter now more than ever as teachers head back to school. This is the one way teachers have the most immediate and long lasting impact.
Positivity & Inspiration Articles
Flexibility has always been the survival word for teachers, but this year teacher flexibility is being put to the test more than ever.
An educator gives her thoughts on school reopening. The unknowns make this a difficult decision in trying to determine what is best.
Teachers, YOU are enough. You are charting unknown territory doing distance learning and doing it with the best of your ability. Know that you are enough.
Positive actions to survive teaching from home will improve your outlook during this unsettling time. Learn tips to help you survive and thrive.
Teachings from the rose bush: growth is not always pretty, but embracing change and a positive mindset will allow your students to bloom in uncertainty.
Teachers persevere in difficult times. They continue to show that when faced with obstacles, like the pandemic, they will rise to the occasion.
4 ways to show kindness during the pandemic. If we learn anything from this situation it is that kindness can make a difference.
Behind the scenes, teachers do jobs for the greater good to help students and families deal with the pandemic. Thank you!
Intentional living requires us to know who we really are, what we believe, and what matters in our lives. Learn how to live with intent.
Creating a positive tribe is essential for teachers.This creates a deep sense of connection through shared experiences and make for a happier work life
Teachers can’t save them all, but we can love them all. How not to let education policy make you feel like a failure.
Smile! This one simple, free action can be a game changer in your classroom. The power of a smile influences the entire day for you and your students.