An important part of educating future teachers is to share strategies to maintain balance in their lives to prevent burnout and to protect their career investments. Our education departments would do their students a great service by sharing these secrets.
Helping to keep quality teachers in the classroom!
As I write this, today is December 5, 2022! The middle of the school year is almost here! You are ready for the Winter Break, I'm sure! So how are you doing?
Cheri is preparing a Zoom meeting for new teachers after December 25 as a way to offer support and encouragement to help you get through the rest of this year. Share your successes and frustrations from the first half of this year, ask questions or offer suggestions, discover some tips for survival, find out that you are not alone on this new journey! From this initial meeting, a support group may be established to help you to the end!!
Whether you are interested in joining me on Zoom or not, I'd like to share a few tips for maintaining a good work-life balance while still finding time for yourself.
Send your personal email address to me and I'll send this document to you:"The New Teacher's Guide to Maintaining Sanity in the Classroom." You may text this information to 817.797.6177 or email it to 2MoreCommunications@gmail.com or click the Contact Information tab and send your information from this website!
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Join a Zoom meeting
Thursday, December 29 @ 8:00-9:30 PM (CT)
Friday, December 30 @ 2:00-3:30 PM (CT)
When you send your email address to me, you may register by indicating which Zoom session you choose. There is no charge!
I hope you will join me and others as you lean on each other to make it through this first year of teaching!
**Please contact me anytime when you need to reach out to someone! Don't try to go it alone!**
Cheri & Lloyd Sizemore
Request a copy of Cheri's Article on Compassion Fatigue written for ASCD Express.
In the early months of the pandemic, I did a podcast interview with
Dr. Jamie Hipp of the Institute for Arts Integration and STEAM.
Even in non-pandemic times, the message applies. Listen below.
Take care of You!! Stay healthy!
Retaining quality teachers saves money, raises morale, and improves instruction.
should invest in preparing teachers to recognize and prevent burnout to ensure that they are happier and are able to continue to produce high quality lessons.
Keeping who build positive relationships in the classroom is essential for producing quality graduates and responsible citizens. Let us help you discover balance at work, at home, and find inner peace to experience joy in every area of your life.
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