The bad news is that the demands and pressures on our schools are growing. The good news is that the nation is finally looking to educators for solutions.
High levels of job-related stress affect more than 9 in 10 elementary school teachers, according to new research.
If educators are going to preach to our kids to be less dependent on technology in their daily life, then we should model balanced digital habits ourselves.
The root cause of teacher dissatisfaction may have more to do with how the profession has been degraded and less on a perceived inability to handle the pressures of the job.
A school-wide burnout culture is taking a toll on early career educators. Finding solutions is the primary obligation of schools and policymakers, not teachers.
Teaching is one of the most sleep-deprived occupations. Here are some facts about sleep you should know as you plan your day.
Study finds a ‘stress contagion’ in classrooms. If we do not help educators battle burnout, we risk the collateral damage of students, says author.
On average, teachers are more than twice as likely as non-teachers to have voice problems and three times more likely to see a doctor about the issue.
Your students don’t need to be stressed to succeed. Neither do you.
Are introverted teachers more susceptible to burnout? Yes, says a former educator and introvert, and that’s bad news for students.