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Police Officers on School Campuses

Police Officers on School Campuses

January 17, 2020 | Budgets School Safety Stress

Listen   While some find it unsettling or unfortunate to walk onto a school campus and see armed police officers walking around, a better understanding of the roles of School Resource Officers (or SROs) reveals that they are more than just stern defenders looking for bad guys. SROs devote much...

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Self-Care for Worn Out Educators

Self-Care for Worn Out Educators

January 13, 2020 | Mental Health Performance Stress Teachers

Listen Have you ever noticed that the only movies that are made about us are either movies where the teacher is a terrible human who takes complete advantage of the “easy paycheck” (which we all know is not realistic) or those who have no personal boundaries and are terrible humans...

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Working With Students in Foster Care

Working With Students in Foster Care

December 11, 2019 | Bullying Performance Stress Student Achievement

Listen Read Students in the foster care system in the United States may be one of the most misunderstood groups we educate. Educators new to working with fosters may many misconceptions about who foster kids are. Although there are regulations in some states that prohibit you from knowing which of...

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Helping Parents Navigate the World of Education

Helping Parents Navigate the World of Education

December 09, 2019 | Parents School Safety Stress Student Achievement Students Teachers

Listen Read Finish this statement: “The kids aren’t the problem. It’s the ______.” Did you say either adults or parents? Then you are not alone! Many teachers say the same.  After years in the public school setting, one of our writers transitioned from teaching to being a stay-at-home parent, though,...

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Teacher Side Gig Profile - Tutoring

Teacher Side Gig Profile - Tutoring

December 06, 2019 | Stress Teachers

Listen Read One of the best seasonal and side gigs for educators is tutoring. Tutors are needed in every subject and at every level. During times when school is not in session, parents especially look for tutors for their children to keep from losing any ground they’ve gained, and occasionally...

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7 Tips For Helping Families in Crisis

7 Tips For Helping Families in Crisis

December 05, 2019 | Mental Health Performance Stress Student Achievement Students Teachers

Listen Read Everyone experiences a crisis at some point. No one is immune. Whether the person involved in crisis is a student, a staff member, or an administrator, the community is affected and may need to respond swiftly to provide meaningful intervention.  Here are a few crises that may affect...

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The Aftermath Of Growing Up As A Gifted Child

The Aftermath Of Growing Up As A Gifted Child

November 22, 2019 | Performance Stress Student Achievement Students

Listen Read Ever heard someone say, “Oh, yeah, I used to be gifted, but I’m not anymore”?  Gifted and talented is not a social club that you try out for or even a class for kids who like to study and make good grades. When done correctly, the goal of...

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4 Homeschooling Myths

4 Homeschooling Myths

November 21, 2019 | Homeschool Parents Stress Students

Listen Read When the word “homeschooling” comes to mind, what do you think? If you’re like most public (or even private) school educators in the United States, chances are your ideas are very different from the current reality.  Or, perhaps we should say, homeschooling has evolved into a lot of...

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The Introvert's Survival Guide for Working in Education

The Introvert's Survival Guide for Working in Education

November 18, 2019 | Administrators Mental Health Performance Stress Teachers

Listen Read Education is a tough field for introverts, and not necessarily for the reasons people might assume. The “public speaking” aspect, for example, is not that big of a deal for many people in a classroom setting. In fact, public speaking in general may be easier for introverts because...

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10 Ways to Boost Morale for Teachers and School Staff

10 Ways to Boost Morale for Teachers and School Staff

September 16, 2019 | Administrators Mental Health Performance Stress Teachers

Listen As the school year begins, so does the stress and expectations put upon teachers.  We go from pretty much not having a care in the world during the summer to deadlines, paperwork, planning, assessments…you name it, we have to do it.  All these duties can become overwhelming quickly and...

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Mindfulness in the Classroom

Mindfulness in the Classroom

August 19, 2019 | Administrators Mental Health Parents Performance Physical Activity Stress Student Achievement Students

Listen The demands put upon students these days, from kindergarten through high school, have become overwhelming. Kindergartners, 5 and 6 year olds, are expected to read and write by the end of the school year. Upper elementary age students need to be able to use a computer and take multiple,...

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Another School Year Starts - Advice to a New Teacher

Another School Year Starts - Advice to a New Teacher

August 08, 2019 | Performance Stress Teachers

Listen New teachers face unique challenges from connecting with students to developing a work-life balance in a career that seems to follow them home every day. But they also have one of the most important and rewarding jobs on the planet, so those new-teacher-jitters are well worth it in the...

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