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Life After Teacher Burnout

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Session Description:
As an educator, protecting your own mental health and well-being often feels like an obstacle that continues to be overlooked. You work with students, colleagues, and parents around the clock while juggling numerous tasks and making sure everyone is taken care of first before yourself. That is why it is no surprise that at some point in time many teachers will experience burnout due to this complex environment - exhaustion during the day or too much work on top of classroom duties. Join Dr. Courtney Teague for this time-saving, to the point session as she shares proven steps you can take to effectively cope with the symptoms of teacher burnout and get back on track! With the helpful strategies that you will learn in this session, you will be able to recover from burnout more quickly and efficiently - enabling you to carry on with the noble task of educating our future generations.

Learning Objectives:
  • Describe the symptoms of teacher burnout and identify steps you can take to effectively recover and get back on track.
  • Reflect on your why for becoming an educator and identify strategies to help you reconnect daily with the reasons why you teach.

  • Assessment:
    Participants will complete an exit ticket to demonstrate their understanding of the session objectives and reflect on their learning.


    Status: Available On-Demand
    Subject: Cross-curricular
    Last aired on: Monday, February 27, 2023 @ 5:00 PM EST
    Duration: 30 minutes
    Credit Hours: 0.5
    Categories: Diversity & SEL, Personal Enrichment
    Tags: sel, self-care, well-being

    Reviews (7)

    Full Member
    Behavior issues are really what is so disrupting for the classroom.
    Yup! So many behavior issues!
    Full Member
    So encouraging!
    Thank you!
    Full Member
    Excellent Webinar
    Full Member
    This is right on the nail. Teachers are having to put up with way too many behavior issues even at the middle and high school levels.
    Full Member
    This was great advice for the future!
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