Category: Teacher Life

Teacher Professional Development Podcasts

Podcasts aren’t just for students! While podcasts can be wonderful for teaching students a variety of skills (read more about this topic here), there are also excellent teacher professional development podcasts out there for teachers of all ages and subjects. Note these links are current as of the spring of

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Teacher Time-Saving Tips

  We are all looking for teacher time-saving tips. I have compiled my most favourite ideas in this blog post to help teachers save time so they have more time to spend with the people they love. This blog post contains affiliate links that are of no cost to the

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Teachers are notorious for burning themselves out because they take on too many tasks. Learn practical strategies how to set boundaries by saying no.

Setting Boundaries By Saying No

It happens so easily. Somebody asks for a small favour, a new teacher that really needs a mentor teacher, the advisor of a beloved program is retiring and it would be such a great fit for you. Suddenly your schedule looks more appropriate for a whole team of workers than

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How Do Teachers Know It’s Report Card Season

Report card season – every teachers’ favourite time right? I highly doubt that. The 12 items listed below will help you recognize if you are in the report card season. I hope this teacher humour blog post brings a smile to your face. Your dinners look like Olivia Pope’s from

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Teacher Health Tips

Teachers need to stay healthy! We are only as good as the energy we have to give to our students. This blog post will give you tips on how to maintain your physical health as well as how to focus on self-care. The most important gift you can give yourself

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Teacher burnout is real and happens frequently to teachers in any year of teaching. Here is a list of home and school strategies you can try to help you avoid teacher burnout. #teachers #education #teacherburnout #healthyteachers

Strategies To Avoid Teacher Burnout

Teacher burnout is real and happens frequently to teachers in any year of teaching. It is not just a first five years phenomenon. I have definitely felt the symptoms of teacher burnout in my career, and I have seen colleagues ignore their symptoms. I have compiled a list of home

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