Podcast guest Dan Tricarico, after 25 years in the classroom, still loves his work. The author of The Zen Teacher and Sanctuaries, he is a passionate advocate for teachers taking care of themselves…and that includes reducing stress. This must-listen-to conversation provides pragmatic strategies that will help you stay relaxed, focused, and present with students. So, take care of yourself!
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Yippee! Dan just posted a fabulous teacher-calming activity packet! Here it is: https://bit.ly/2UoX2cy
Dan’s Twitter: @thezenteacher His website: http://www.thezenteacher.com
How does Angela Stockman do it? This innovative educator just posted a document that challenges simply “establishing norms.” Called “Let’s Believe in Each Other,” she expounds on how we will support one another. Use as a model; share in your planning groups. What a wonderful example of rethinking existing practices.
All of Angela’s Resources: https://bit.ly/2I7JKuI
Daniel Rechtschaffen is a therapist, author, and professional developer in the field of mindfulness. Good time of the year for these practices! He’s posted a booklet for you with mindfulness techniques.
In some areas, testing is already underway. Often, there’s some down-time in the schedule. Here’s a little structured fun for students: Todd Stanley‘s puzzle packs – he’s posted 3 of these.
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