Everyone knows you don’t read the comments on Twitter. An adorable video of a dog skateboarding can instantly turn sour when unleashed on the internet. Facebook lets users publish a staggering amount of misinformation, which is especially frightening in a contentious election season. And every teacher knows that, like Yelp reviews, students only evaluate in [...]
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We have all heard the guidelines around how to properly use an oxygen mask in case of emergency while flying. Whether you have flown Spirit, Delta, American, Frontier, United, Southwest, or Allegiant you have heard “…and remember to always put your own mask on first before helping others” (American Airlines Safety Video). But, why don’t [...]
On August 1st, 2020, the Teacher Self-Care Conference is coming back for a day of self-care focused around the theme, "The Radicalization of Telling the Truth". In the last three months, teachers have felt an insurmountable amount of stress around not only the COVID-19 pandemic, but the thrust into virtual learning, the idea that [...]
We're almost two months into 2020 and our Teacher Self-Care Calendars have been a HIT! We've currently restocked so here's your chance to get yours TODAY! LARGE, DESIGNER DESK PAD calendar perfect for desktop decor and monthly planning around teacher self-care. STUNNING, STATEMENT PIECE, with 12 vibrant colors, a different one for each month. PRETTY & PRACTICAL [...]
The Self Care Trap There was a time (I suppose we’re still in it) when an endless stream of “trauma-informed” initiatives passed through my Facebook feed, e-mail inbox, and classroom. A lot of these offered some variation of mindfulness training for teachers or students. Whether it was through yoga or meditation, numerous programs promised safer, [...]