Category: Teacher Wellbeing

Looking after your voice

Looking after your voice

Alongside psychological issues, voice problems are a major cause of illness among teachers.  I recently attending a workshop on how to look after your voice as a teacher (held by Frank Gutjahr at Universität Trier), and in the post I'd like to share the practical tips I heard. They'll probably be relevant for anyone who … Continue reading Looking after your voice

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Stress Awareness Discussion Points #teacher5aday

Stress Awareness Discussion Points #teacher5aday

April is Stress Awareness Month - a perfect time for reflecting on your own well-being and how you tackle stress in your life and work! The aim of this article is to raise awareness of some of the more theoretical work that has been done in the area of (tackling) stress and burnout, particularly among … Continue reading Stress Awareness Discussion Points #teacher5aday

My 2017 #teacher5aday Pledges

My 2017 #teacher5aday Pledges

To keep up my wellbeing in 2017, I hereby pledge to... #CONNECT -Keep in touch with friensd and family near and far more often. Actually call or write to people. Eat lunch with my colleagues at least once a week. Interact more via my blog and those I follow (help me get going by commenting below!), … Continue reading My 2017 #teacher5aday Pledges

11 Things

11 Things

So... I'm really slow and have only just discovered this blog challenge from a couple of years back! But I think it's a great chance to use my blog from some professional networking, so I'm joining in anyway, and hope that I can somehow revive it!! Here's the challenge: Acknowledge the nominating blogger. Share 11 random facts … Continue reading 11 Things

Do one thing every day that’s not work.

This is not a challenge; you don't need to tip water over your head, take a photo of yourself with a sign, or post anything at all if you don't want to! This is about YOU. And it's just my suggestion of a small first step in making sure work doesn't take over your life. I've … Continue reading Do one thing every day that’s not work.