Some suggestions to help curb burnout before it is too late:
Support your fellow teacher.
Offer to cover a coworker’s class so they may take a bathroom break. Provide support during a meeting with a challenging parent.
Stay positive internally and externally. Speak positively with your coworkers and surround yourself with positive people and things.
Learn to manage your time during the day to make your job and schedule work to your advantage.
Separate work and home.
As difficult as it is, it is crucial to separate your work life from your home life. Doing so creates a divide where you can put the work day away and focus on your personal life.
Use your co-teachers or teaching team to your advantage. They may be able to give you the boost and support that reignites the passion for teaching.
Make a change.
It’s easy to get bogged down when the same things are happening day in and day out. Sometimes a small adjustment to your day can be the change that gets you through. Other times it may be time for a major change, such as moving schools, grade or age level, or centers.
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