5 Ways to Step Back from Teacher Burnout

Amber Harper on Episode 545

In the high-stress, fast-paced job of teaching – burnout can happen to anyone. In today’s show, we talk about recognizing teacher burnout, how to get help, and steps to tackle it when it happens. Amber Harper, an expert on the topic of burnout, discusses what we can do to help ourselves be our best for our students and families.

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Listen to Amber Harper talk about stepping back from teacher burnout

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Challenge: Take the burnout quiz to understand the types of teacher burnout. Discuss it with a colleague or friend to support each other when the tough times come.

Amber Harper – Bio As Submitted

Amber HarperAmber is a Google Certified Trainer and Innovator and her mission is to help teachers beat burnout by helping them to activate their own self-empowerment. As a former elementary teacher, she knows how challenging the education profession can be and offers support for teachers struggling with burnout through her podcast, website, and free Facebook Group.

Blog: www.burnedinteacher.com

Twitter: @burnedinteacher

Teacher Burnout Resources

– Free Teacher Burnout Quiz: www.burnedinteacher.com/burnoutquiz
– The Burned-In Teacher Training eBook: bit.ly/burnedinbook

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2 thoughts on “5 Ways to Step Back from Teacher Burnout

  1. Fantastic and interesting listening! Teachers need to do all they can to keep themselves healthy in and out of the classroom and make sure they make enough time for themselves outside of work!

  2. This is such timely information. I am my 5th week of getting a Masters degree in Teaching English, and the subject of discussion this week, was, Teacher Burnout. so I am not only going to read This, I am also going to pass along This Information to the group (about 60,000 people enrolled in This online course). Thank You. Take care.