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How Principals Can Help Teachers Avoid Burnout

By Andrew Hawk Teacher burnout is a phenomenon that negatively affects teacher performance and in turn negatively affects student performance. Having just completed my 20th year as an educator, when I reflect back on my career up to this point, … Continue reading

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13 Refreshing Ideas to Prevent Teacher Burnout During Winter Break

You’ve made it through DEVOLSON (the dark, evil vortex of late September, October, and November). Congrats! But as the winter break looms ahead, you may feel the stress begin to creep back in. Try any (or all!) of these options … Continue reading

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13 Tips to Avoid Teacher Burnout

Let’s face it: Teacher burnout happens. Stay focused, fresh, and energized with these tips and strategies: Recognize the accomplishments and successes of other teachers. If you’re feeling unappreciated, they probably are, too. And remember: What goes around, comes around. Let … Continue reading

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