Nov 25, 2019
In this episode, classroom teacher and author Michelle Gano shares her experiences with teacher burnout and how one day she realized that in order to rise above the burnout, she would need to change her perspective from focusing on the negative to looking beyond the clouds to find the positive in each day.
Nov 18, 2019
In this episode Erin Roberts, a Special Education teacher from Florida, takes us through her journey from crying at her dinner table to asking for what she needed to help her through her daily challenges in her career.
Nov 11, 2019
In this episode, Vicki lets us in on challenges she's faced in her career from being overextended, dealing with cell phones in the classroom and deciding not to measure her value against what she sees on Social Media or what people believe to be true about how public speakers should look in order to be on stage...
Nov 4, 2019
This episode is all about reflection and then action. Your journey out of burnout starts with deciding that you refuse to sit inside of your challenges and that you are capable and worthy of finding solutions, so you can move on to a happier and more fulfilled life. However, in order to act, you first have to get clear...
Oct 28, 2019
Alexis Shepherd is an 8th-year teacher who has experience in both the elementary and middle-level setting. Experience with burn out early in her career led to the creation of The AfroEducator, where she arrives to empower teachers to challenge the good teacher narrative.
Alexis attributes a lot of her transformation to...