by Rae Walker | 5.2.22
With our day-to-day demands it can be difficult to stay connected to how meaningful this work truly is. So here are a few things I always do to stay connected with what this work means – and I offer them to my fellow teachers, too.
by Ciji Thurman | 1.18.19
I loved my winter break, and it’s important to make full use of the times we have off, but we also need to work that self-care into the weeks and months when we’re busy teaching.
by Tanya Hill | 4.27.18
We all come into teaching because we care about children. When I started teaching 21 years ago, it took a while to learn that taking care of my kids also means taking care of myself.
by Teacher2Teacher Team | 12.21.17
This winter break, make some time for YOU! See what these nine educators are gifting themselves as they recharge this holiday season.
by Lauren Quinn | 12.20.17
Take good care of yourself over the holidays. Use it as a reset. Rest and refill your tank and start thinking about a sustainable way to do this into the new year.
by Elyse Hahne | 9.18.17
“Once you start tackling your doubt, you have so much more brainpower available to create a built-in community to support you, both as an educator and as a person.”
by LaVondia Menephee | 8.26.17
“To help you know you’re not alone, I’d like to share my School Year Playlist with you.”
by Dan Tricarico | 5.12.17
We need to find a way for teacher appreciation to be consistent, reliable, and recurring.
by Teacher2Teacher Team | 12.13.16
So many of you opened yourselves up and shared the items you hang onto and tuck away for later – a personal “time capsule” of cherished memories and notes. You’ve
by Jada Thomas | 10.17.16
“When you sit down to practice mindfulness, that’s a moment you’re taking for yourself to help replenish everything you give.”