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During this episode, Franchesca Warren discusses The Whole Teacher Movement as a way to retain teachers when they near that five-year mark. In recent years, there have been many discussions about how to address the "whole child" and what we as educators can do to support our students. However, this always leaves me with the same question..."What can we do to further engage our teachers?"
This is how the Whole Teacher movement was born. A movement dedicated to ensuring that each teacher, in each school, in each of our communities deserves to be healthy, safe, engaged, supported and challenged.
During this episode we discuss:
- what is the Whole Teacher movement,
- why we need the Whole Teacher movement,
- how to implement this mindset with teachers in your building,
- when you should implement it in your building,
- and much more!
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