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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.

Apr 29, 2019

In this episode we review what we’ve heard from our teachers and experts this month about trauma in our and our students' lives and I share how I'm using the Serenity Prayer to tackle some drama in my own life. We also dive into what drama sounds like on social media and in real life and ways that you can be strong...

Apr 22, 2019

In this episode, James shares how he’s used his experience as a classroom teacher to support his wife, who is a first year teacher in an urban Charter school, dealing with many of the struggles that "burned out" teachers all over the U.S. are challenged by. He shares his perspective of what partners of teachers should...

Apr 15, 2019

In this episode, Elena shares with us her own story of burnout as a teacher and then shares ways that we can foster resilience and fulfillment in our lives after experiencing trauma and/or burnout in our career.

Apr 8, 2019

In this episode, Erin shares with us her journey through several experiences of trauma in her life. She’ll explain her own transition out of chaos and ways she’s taking control of her mental health through using tactics such as reflection, meditation, and self-advocating for her own mental health.

Apr 1, 2019

In this episode, Dr. Lori Desautels shares her experiences with working with students coming from traumatic backgrounds and educates us on the four parts of Educational Neuroscience. She’s also going to take us through several steps we can take to coregulate students who are becoming escalated in our classrooms...