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How to Renew Your Sense of Purpose as a Teacher During Difficult Times

By Isaiah Moore It was early December, and my confidence in my own abilities was at an all-time high. Under normal circumstances, this would be considered a positive, right? Society teaches that in order to successfully navigate life situations, one … Continue reading

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Professional Development in Early Childhood Education: Combating Burnout During the Pandemic

By Molly Breen The weight and strain of the pandemic has stretched most of us beyond what we thought was our limit. We have bowed and bent; we’ve pivoted until we’ve worn out the soles of our shoes. We may … Continue reading

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It’s Like Riding a Bike: Work-Life Balance for Educators

By Amanda C. Symmes, LICSW Recently, my youngest child learned how to ride a bike. Again. You might think riding a bike is something you do once and never have to relearn. Well, for him it’s been a different process. … Continue reading

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Enter to Win the Teaching Smarter Book Bundle!

This giveaway is now closed. Congratulations to our winner, Barb Mackey! This month, we’re giving away three products to help teachers maximize their efficiency, achieve work-life balance, and stay focused and energized: Teaching Smarter: An Unconventional Guide to Boosting Student Success … Continue reading

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Enter to win The Balanced Teacher Path!

This giveaway is now closed. Congratulations to our winners! We’re giving away copies of The Balanced Teacher Path to five lucky readers! In The Balanced Teacher Path, award-winning teacher Justin Ashley offers advice on achieving work-life balance and employing self-care techniques to … Continue reading

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