Why Teachers Should Ask For Help
When confused, overwhelmed, or frustrated, teachers should ask for help as their first move, not their last.
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,...
Building Student Relationships Benefits Everyone
Building student relationships is the single most effective and important teaching technique teachers can use.
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.
A Mental Health Day Benefits You and Your Students
Take a mental health day without guilt to benefit you and your students.
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.
Positive Affirmations and Positive Self-talk Strategies
How to use positive affirmations and positive self-talk strategies to create a life-changing positive mindset.
The Secrets to Making Yourself a Priority
Making yourself a priority starts with your job. As a good teacher who loves your students, it’s important to remember to prioritize yourself and your mental health.
Coping Strategies for Teacher Stress
The strategies you use to cope with stress can make all the difference in your teaching life. Try these coping strategies for stress.
The Teacher Appreciation Teachers Need
Teacher appreciation goes beyond one day or week. Dear teacher, you are seen. You are understood. Teacher you are appreciated.
Teaching Is a One at a Time Career
Teaching is a one at a time career. Learning to take everything one at time (1 day, 1 student, 1 success) is the key to focusing on the positive.