Summer Stillness

Suzanne DaileyBlog, Self Care Better, Teach Happier

TL;DR: Benefits of “becoming still” to recharge for the upcoming year. Strategies for prioritizing stillness this summer. We have all ended a school year unlike any other.  The energy we expended from March-June was so different, many of us ending the year mentally and emotionally exhausted. Drained. Weary. And now we’re entering a summer unlike any before.  Although our bodies … Read More

Supporting Teachers As They Navigate Remote Teaching & Learning

Jacqueline GoodburnBlog, Connect Better, Engage Better, Innovate Better, Lead Better

TL;DR: Teachers are facing unique, challenging circumstances right now… but so are administrators! Tips to connect with and support the educators in your district, building, or on your team. Our teachers are doing the work of supporting our students in unprecedented circumstances. They are adding skills to their toolboxes in real time and balancing the needs of their own family … Read More

4 Keys to Coping With Stress in Education

Dan TricaricoBlog, Lead Better, Self Care Better, Teach Happier

TL;DR: Teacher stress leads to teacher burnout… and sometimes, leaving the profession. Four elements to help you cope with stress you’re facing. Words of wisdom and inspiration as you engage in important self care. Teacher burnout is real. And to be totally honest, it isn’t getting any better. According to one study, only 7% of surveyed teachers felt they had … Read More