4 Ways to Avoid Teacher Burnout

4 Ways to Avoid Teacher Burnout

Often, teacher burnout becomes a problem not only for the teacher but will obviously affect students as well.  It is important to remain motivated day after day, month after month, year after year, and even hour after hour throughout the day as well.  It can become mentally challenging and affect a teacher’s physical health too. …

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Creating Bully Free Environments

Bullying, if left unaddressed, can have devastating effects on your school’s entire community. To help you respond to bullying behaviors and create a safe learning environment that allows all students to thrive, the Clarendon Foundation has created a resource guide for parents and educators. Get our resource guide, Creating a Bully-Free Environment – Parents and Educators…

Parent Teacher Conferences

Do you dread or look forward to scheduled parent/teacher conferences and other community events throughout the school year? Whether you like them or not they are necessary and can become the catalyst to change, inspire, and even affect a child’s life more than you may ever realize. The easiest conferences are usually those involving students…

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Discipline in the Classroom

Most teachers believe discipline in the classroom begins at the students’ homes, which may be true in some respect. However, the teachers with the most control in their classrooms accept the fact discipline begins as soon as a student walks into the school. Nearly every parent, fortunately or unfortunately, expect classroom teachers to maintain control…