Resources for Educators

Teacher Wellbeing

Teacher wellbeing is a crucial element of overall school health. Educators often experience significant amounts of pressure and stress, and don’t have the proper tools or mindset to overcome these challenges. We have the right resources for educators to find that healthy work-life balance and live happy and productive lives inside and outside of the classroom.

Meditation and Mindfulness

Teachers will always have never-ending to-do lists: lesson plan prep, grading, staff meetings — not to mention actually teaching. Stress is inevitable, but it’s important to be aware of stress and how to combat it. We’ve put together a guide to help keep your stress levels low and your mind clear through helpful meditation and mindfulness techniques.

Stress and Resilience

There’s no doubt that educators are overworked and under-resourced. The reality is that teaching can be emotionally and physically taxing. In order to be the best educator for your students, take the time to recognize teacher burnout and check out these tools you can use to combat stress and develop resiliency. Take a look at some additional resources on trauma-informed teaching practices for long-term self-care and ways to tackle challenging behavior caused by trauma.

Rejuvenate and Refresh

Educators, it’s time to hit the reset button, center your mental, spiritual, and physical health, and recalibrate your focus on your self-evolution. Self-improvement is an important, ongoing journey. Check out these tips on how to self-advocate, and work toward being the best possible version of yourself. Click here to read more tips.

Education and Work

Are you a teacher working towards an MEd degree or doctorate in education? Here are some tips for balancing classroom teaching while you pursue your studies in a graduate teaching program.