Every year millions of brave men and women enter classrooms all around the globe hoping to teach engaging lessons and share their expertise with their students. They think the barrage of negative emotions that result from disciplining students, dealing with irate parents and juggling a million other duties are all a part of the job. What they don’t know is that the never-ending stress harmfully affects their minds and bodies. The profession has changed drastically and it’s time teacher’s realized the adverse effects these demands are having on their lives.
In Teaching can kill you: How to survive and BE HAPPE in the classroom, Sheryl Shields explains her seven step program to help teachers recognize and reduce the stresses that are an all to common part of the profession. Click here to order your copy today.
The BE HAPPE TEACHER PLAN
B = Be Aware of the signs and symptoms of burnout
E = Eliminate Emotional Baggage
H = Healthy mind and body practices
A = Avoid unnecessary stress
P = Permission to follow your passion
P = Plan for another career
E = Enjoy every aspect of your life