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The Burned-In Teacher Podcast is all about going from burned-out educator to BURNED-IN human. On this show, I interview teachers who are or have gone through burnout and they share with us what they are doing or have done in the past to beat it. I also interview experts in the field of teacher burnout, education, productivity, happiness, and basically all things BURN IN. There will also be episodes where I share my own experiences and answer questions from listeners and Burned-In Teacher Community Members.

Oct 29, 2018

In this episode, you meet Gretchen, my friends and fellow podcaster on her podcast called, Always a Lesson: Empowering Educators. We dive into how she and I met and have developed a fast friendship that extends farther than our love for being edupreneurs, teachers and teacher supporters, and podcasters. We dive deep...

Oct 22, 2018

On this episode, Brittany tells us about how she went from grading at home and being a grumpy girlfriend to setting rules for herself that allowed her to focus on self care. She also gives us a little insight on how important she feels it is to build strong relationships with her students and why she feels she needs to...

Oct 15, 2018

On this episode, I go solo to tell you about the three types of burnout there are, not just for teachers, but anyone in the workforce. Using research I've done, I tell you how to identify your type of burnout and what you can do to begin taking steps to solve it.

Oct 8, 2018

On this episode, Katie shares with us her journey through three different districts and her desire for an employer who can offer her communication, respect, and continuity. She shares her experiences through a perspective of vulnerability and shares that if we've hit rock bottom, there's no place to go but up, so...

Oct 1, 2018

On this episode, Stephanie shares with us how a conversation with me, over a year ago, made her realize how unhappy she was in her then current place in her career. She began to seek out other opportunities for her and, although she admits that it was sca