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5 Student Emotional Struggles and How to Spot Them

One year into the COVID-19 pandemic, educators are still faced with the grim reality that our students are struggling with their social emotional health and wellbeing. This can result in challenging behaviors or decreased academic performance in the classroom. Recent data has demonstrated a surge of mental health struggles among youth. The Centers for...

Supporting Teacher Wellbeing

According to recent research, around 5% of teachers today are suffering long-lasting mental health problems - up from just 1% in the 1990s. This is mainly due to the fact that the role of teachers is developing to include more duties and responsibilities than ever before. Despite the heavier job scope, society neglects...

Protecting The Mental Health Of Teachers

More than 300 million people are now living with depression. Their number has grown by 18% over the past 10 years. Teachers with mental health issues are no exception. Teachers tell their students that mindset matters. Yet teachers do not always allow themselves space to receive those same messages of reflection and self-care.

Creating Self-Driven Super Learners

Should the road to conquering student behavior end in compliance? Can we teach the super learners that we want to be self-driven? Elena Díaz reflects on the practical steps we can take to achieve this with our classes. Compliance is a first stop For many teachers, achieving a well-behaved class is...

Is Teaching Affecting Your Marriage?

Are you a teacher or married to one? Has your marriage been struggling as of late? Do you think your job may be affecting your personal life a little too much? In other words, is teaching affecting your marriage? Then keep on reading because this article is just for you! When you work as...
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