Teaching Is an Adventure

Tim StephensonBlog, Reflect Better, Teach Happier

TL;DR: It’s a new school year! Even though your curriculum may be the same, the students will be new. Look forward to all of the new relationships and experiences you will be encountering. It happened again! I just completed another epic kayaking adventure through Desolation Sound in the Pacific Northwest. This is a body of water that Captain George Vancouver … Read More

Motivation, Mindset, and Momentum

Jami Fowler-WhiteBlog, Reflect Better

TL;DR: It can be challenging to remain positive after such a difficult year. Even if you didn’t meet your goals, you still made an impact. Show gratitude and appreciation for others. Make sure you are checking your mindset. Find ways to bring your best self into the classroom. Keep going. There is no finish line. What can you do to … Read More

Change Your Perspective

Aaron ElseBlog, Teach Happier

TL;DR Despite the challenges that life presents you, change your perspective to be thankful. Change your perspective and life will follow. Value what life has given you.  Realize how precious it is.  I am quick to write off the past 15 months as just ridiculous. The pandemic alone has made life challenging and teaching near impossible.  So many people I … Read More

Building an Optimistic Workplace with Dr. Sara Frost

Lindsay LyonsTime for Teachership Podcast

Being an optimist doesn’t mean you don’t have dark moments or thoughts. Those will creep in from time to time, but an optimist will take a step back and reframe their thinking – shift their mindset.⁠ On the show this week, I am talking with Dr. Sara Frost, optimist, mom, wife, and program operations manager for a non-profit. We are … Read More