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Apr

Are You Financially Fit To Quit

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This post contains affiliate links. If you click on a link, a small commission may be paid. It is Spring 2020, and many educators are making a significant shift because schools across the nation closed due to COVID19. The way we teach completely changed within days. Before this shift, some teachers and administrators thought of […]

7

Feb

Are You Contributing to Chaos in Classrooms?

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This post contains affiliate links. If you click on the link, a small commission may be paid. Chaos in Classrooms We see more and more articles and social media posts from teachers and administrators, citing stress and burnout. Many educators state the job has become too overwhelming, and it’s time to walk away. The reasons […]

27

Oct

Five Areas of Reflection for Educators

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This post contains affiliate post. If you click on a link, a small commission may be paid. Areas of Reflection If you were a fly on the wall, what would you see and hear in your classroom? As an administrator, what would you see and hear in your school? Self-Reflection is key to effective teaching […]

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Jul

Educators, Enjoy the Benefits of Walking!

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This post contains affiliate links. If you click on a link, a small commission may be paid. Benefits of Walking Educators,  walking as an exercise is underrated by many of us. Yet, it is something that is an easy option to help combat stress and burnout. The benefits of walking are worth giving up 30 […]

1

Jul

On Repetition

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We began a conversation today about a question that came up over my block unit. The question was around some activities that appear to be repeated. I thought it would be helpful to share my thoughts on this and also recap some of the vision for this project. This first unit is geared for 3 […]

27

May

It’s Self-Care Summer

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This post contains affiliate links. If you click on a link, a small commission may be paid. Self-Care Summer Begins The school year is over! You’ve taught hard and you’re exhausted. It’s time for self-care summer to begin. You’re probably don’t have time to think about what to do with yourself. Every day you work […]

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Apr

Negative Co-Workers Affect Your Wellness

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This post contains affiliate links. If you click on a link,a small commission may be paid. Negative Co-Workers Are negative co-workers affecting your wellness? Most people don’t ask themselves that question.  I thought about it after presenting at the Teacher Self-Care Conference. During the conference, I spoke with new and experienced teachers about their stress […]

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Apr

Setting up Your Space: Little Wonders

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When you first move into a home or an apartment, before you start making meals in your new kitchen, it helps to check that you have some staple ingredients and equipment on hand. That way, you won’t one day find yourself stuck in the middle of a recipe without any beaters to beat your egg […]

8

Mar

The Effects of Secondary Traumatic Stress on Educators

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This post contains affiliate links. If a link is clicked asmall commission may be paid. Secondary Traumatic Stress Burnout is high, and attrition is increasing in our schools. Educators are beyond stressed. Children are traumatized, and teachers do their best to support what ails them. Teachers feel the burden, and it’s heavy. School districts must […]

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Mar

What Is The Wisdom Wonder Project?

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The San Luis Obispo Classical Academy opened its doors back in 2005 as a one-room schoolhouse in a neighborhood garage. Since these humble beginnings, the school has spent the last fifteen years developing and honing its novel approach to education – classical (with a twist). As word has spread, people have been getting excited about […]

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