In this free excerpt from Teaching, Learning, and Trauma, Grades 6-12, the authors discuss the importance of self-care for teachers and students alike, and provides strategies and tips for maintaining your own mental health so that you can better support students.
"Week five, and maybe you feel a little more confident. And in the same nano-second of time that you feel like you are just arriving at “I got this,” there is another feeling snuggling right up to your new-found confidence. It feels something like dread. How am I going to do this until the end of the school year? Is this really sustainable?" Read the full blog by author Beth Kelley on Corwin Connect.
"As an educator you have a unique opportunity to role model for your students how to stay calm during uncertain times. The first step is to know how to do that for yourself before you can do it for your children, spouse, family, and students." Read the full blog from author Beth Kelley on Corwin Connect.
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