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Are there alternative careers for teachers in 2021? Is it a good time to change jobs? If you're worried about how the current uncertainty in the world affects hiring and employment, read on. Your transition from the classroom does not have to wait, but you will need an action plan for a clear path forward.
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Are you a teacher ready to advocate for change?  I’m sure we can all agree public education is in desperate need of change, which means there’s a huge need for teachers advocating to support education. However, I know teachers are already burdened by unrealistic expectations and never-ending to-do lists. So, if you desire to be […]

Teachers Advocating for Change: Letter to a Legislator Template

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Are there alternative careers for teachers in 2021? Is it a good time to change jobs? If you're worried about how the current uncertainty in the world affects hiring and employment, read on. Your transition from the classroom does not have to wait, but you will need an action plan for a clear path forward.
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This page contains affiliate links – meaning I receive a commission if a purchase is made using these links at no additional cost to you. Use the following email template to ask your admin for the 40 Hour Teacher Workweek Program at your school next year. Dear [INSERT PRINCIPAL’S NAME],  Now more than ever, teachers […]

40HTW Professional Development Email

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Teachers, especially stressed-out teachers, need self-care more than ever. In addition to unlimited mental health days, we at Teacher Career Coach believe that teachers should be showered with self-care gifts. We all know the saying, you can’t pour from an empty cup. When teachers are able to take care of themselves, they burn out less […]

Stressed-Out Teacher Gifts for Self-Care 2021 Edition

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Stress management for teachers: five ideas you can put into place today to alleviate burnout. Are you feeling stressed, overworked, and overwhelmed? Is work stress creeping into every other part of your life? Or maybe it has taken over completely. Read on for strategies that you can implement today. Workplace burnout may seem like the […]

Stress Management for Teachers: 5 Strategies to Implement TODAY!

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Too Much Teacher Stress Leads to a Mess Being a teacher is tough. With toxic school cultures, lack of support, low pay and overwhelming workloads, it’s no wonder nearly half of all teachers leave the job within the first five years. Many report work stressors as their primary reason for ditching class. According to a […]

Teacher Burnout Causes: Teacher Stress

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Teacher guilt is something that impacts many teachers throughout their career. Teacher guilt can hit you when you want to spend the weekend with your family rather than grading papers. And it hits especially hard when you consider leaving. Teaching can be such a fulfilling career. The feeling that teachers get when a student finally […]

Battling Teacher Guilt About Leaving the Classroom

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Teaching is a position with a lot of pressure and can be both mentally and emotionally draining. This is my story of why I want to quit teaching. I do not have the traditional teacher story, I never wanted to be a teacher growing up. In fact, I fought the calling for a long time. […]

Why I Want to Quit Teaching

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You’ve found yourself locked into a contract and actually surviving teaching for the rest of the year looks bleak. Maybe you’re suffering from teacher burnout or the stress is affecting your health. The time to manage the overwhelm is now. This article discusses five tools that can improve your year and help you decide on […]

Surviving Teaching: 5 Tools for a Better Year

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