3 Ways Tired Teachers Can Stop Feeling Guilty and Start Enjoying Breaks
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How often have you heard someone say they're feeling "teacher tired?" More times than you can count, right? We're all excited for Friday afternoon and the weekend break, but more often than not, many teachers spend their entire weekend working ... writing lesson plans, and preparing materials.
A break never happens. Recharging doesn't happen. And then we re-enter another work week on Monday feeling just as drained as we did when we left work on Friday.
It's time to break this cycle!
In This Episode About How to Let Go of Teacher Guilt, You’ll Learn:
Why and how to let go of the "shoulds" in our life
The importance of redefining what it means to be a good teacher
A practical way to use "planful problem solving" to maximize the time you have
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