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Rekindling the Flame: Fighting Teacher Burnout in School
Transcript of Rekindling the Flame: Fighting Teacher Burnout in School
They felt they were better able to accomplish their objectives and were inspired by an influx of new ideas.
Young teachers reported a lessening of the feeling of being thrown under the bus.
Studies showed that faculties became stronger and more self-reliant. Gains of Collaboration 1. All members of the team must join voluntarily
2. There must be parity.
3. There must be a shared goal
4. There must be shared responsibility and
5. Resources must be shared equally
6. The group must remain in a state of continued emergent growth Making Collaboration Work How do you accomplish more with limited time, resources and personal energy?
Collaboration is your answer.
Want a challenge?
Collaboration will be that and more.
Do you want to build stronger bonds with your co-teachers and administrators?
Collaboration, done right, can accomplish this. Collaboration Eases Stress of Educators WIN WIN
Professional--relationships with parents/teachers/students
Academic--meaningful learning taking place
Social--creating strong rapport that’s valued
Personal--taking care of self
Intellectual--enhancing professional development and knowledge of students in classroom Elements of engagement for teacher/students Environment Intellectual Social Academic Personal Professional Environment Professional Academic Personal Social Intellectual New Job New Students New Schedule Student Behavior Instruction Time Preventative Classroom Management First-Line Interventions Intensive, Individualized Interventions Establish, practice, and reinforce rules and procedures
Praise positive behavior Surface management techniques
Reinforcement systems Social Skills Instruction
Self-Monitoring Instruction Feeling Alone Overwhelmed Framework for Engagement Stress-free day Stress-free class Stress-free lesson References Lee,H.(1996). Collaboration: A must for teachers in inclusive educational settings. Preparing
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