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Rekindling the Flame: Fighting Teacher Burnout in School

Tricks teachers can do to reduce stress and avoid burnout.

Josiah Wheeler

on 8 December 2012

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Transcript of Rekindling the Flame: Fighting Teacher Burnout in School

Obstacle 1 Obstacle 2 Obstacle 3 Goal Start Teacher engagement with students, school, and parents to decrease teacher burn out Stress-free work environment (in a perfect world) Burnout!!!! Reducing Stress Tiered Classroom Management Collaboration Teachers remaining in the field. Children achieving the goals set for them more effectively. Long-Term Gains Teachers report greater satisfaction and less burnout.
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
shared accountability
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

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