Be a Leader

Susan JonesBlog, Engage Better, Innovate Better, Lead Better, Manage Better, Reflect Better

TL;DR: As a teacher, you are already a leader in your classroom, but there are more opportunities for you to lead within your school district. It’s important to avoid falling into a routine and to constantly evaluate and revamp your teaching methods to fit the needs of your current students. Leaders are not afraid to try new things and share … Read More

Keeping the Summer Stride

Ashley HubnerBlog, Lead Better, Self Care Better

TL;DR: Teachers recharge over the summer and before you know it, the school year is here. Although the school year can bring anticipation and excitement, it can also bring the loss of self-care. Help your teachers find ways to maintain self-care all year long by developing a plan. Keeping the Summer Stride “A little bit of summer is what the … Read More

Connecting with Students Experiencing Summer “Loss”

Andrea BitnerBlog, Connect Better

TL;DR: While many experience feelings of joy and freedom when summer arrives, other students dread it. What are ways you can maintain connections with students over the summer months? Peace Out? Maintaining Summer Connections  It was the last day of school!  As I gathered my take-home treasures and sprinted with satisfaction toward the school parking lot, I couldn’t help but … Read More

Teacher Tired No More Blog Series

Kari PitstickBlog, Self Care Better, Teach Happier

Teacher Tired No More Blog Series It’s summertime! It has been another rollercoaster of a year, and educators everywhere have earned every ounce of time they spend on themselves this summer. In this blog series, read posts sharing the importance of finding yourself and embracing that long-awaited ME time! Posts in the Series Finding Time for Yourself This Summer by … Read More