Just a Teacher

Kari PitstickBlog, Reflect Better, Teach Happier

TL;DR: In education, there can be a lot of pressure to take roles outside of the classroom. But it is okay to be “just a teacher.” Trust your feelings and follow a path that you desire, not what you think other people want you to do. The first memory I have of wanting to be a teacher was probably in … Read More

Ep. 26: Happiness Killer | Defining Success | Transcripts

Tom SchimmerThe Tom Schimmer Podcast

In Don’t @ Me (2:16), Tom identifies the most efficient and effective happiness killer. Then (15:11) hear how the first 24 guests have answered the question, “What’s your definition of success?” Finally, in Assessment Corner (37:02), Tom describes why conversations about a new vision for university transcripts need to be thought through in terms of plausibility for the end-users; that … Read More

4 Reasons You Should Love What You Do

Jeff GargasBlog, Lead Better, Self Care Better

In This Post: Loving what you do is important for many reasons. Four reasons why you should really love teaching and why what you do is important. Ok, let’s be honest; sometimes work can suck. Yep, I said it. Me, Mr “I love Mondays because I love what I do.” Because it’s true. Even when you love what you do, … Read More