Teaching is a consistent high-intensity job. Interactions with students, parents, administrators, colleagues, community members, lesson preparation, materials preparation and the like make for exhausting days and evenings.
As a teacher you must be aware of things that require high level intensity from you and the things that take a toll on you. Then, you must set boundaries around them in order to protect you.
In today’s video I talk about one activity that can steal your energy and leave you feeling frustrated and overwhelmed. I’ll show you how to put boundaries around this activity and turn it from a big pain into a wonderful experience. Watch your Zap of Wynn now.
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‘till next week, Be Sharp!
Ps- We are so close to publication of How to Be a Great Teacher: Create the Flow of Joy and Success in Your Classroom. I hope you’ve put your nickels in a jar so you can get your copy as soon as it hits the Amazon book room.
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