It is highly likely that you have been more stressed than usual and perhaps felt symptoms of teacher burnout during these uncertain times and also felt that there was very little that you could do about it. Taking control of your own wellbeing is vital for teachers and in these extraordinary times it is even more important than ever. In this video we look at the signs and symptoms of burnout and what steps you can take to care for yourself whether we are in the midst of a pandemic or not. The struggle (in teaching) is real!
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In your search for a balance between home and work, simple marking tips and strategies will give you more flexibility and time… time that could be better spent doing other things! One of the contributing factors to stress and burnout for teachers is excessive workload so in this video we show you some fabulous hacks for reducing workload and improving teacher wellbeing. "
Teacher burnout can be a problem in our education system. In this video I will share with you some effective ways to manage the almost inevitable overwhelm (and burnout) that comes with teaching. There are useful tips you can use to significantly reduce the overwhelm and help you to manage your emotions so that you can deal with tricky situations and tricky students in more effective ways.
In this video I share with you some simple ways to reduce your workload and improve your efficiency and effectiveness. Most teachers are constantly working and if they are not working, they are thinking about working or researching what they can do at work. Reducing your workload will lead to greater job satisfaction, improved wellbeing and more effective teaching. Do more with less time! "