Teacher: "We must slow down"

There are ways to help teachers refresh from burnout, writes Megan Allen, a 2012-13 "teacherpreneur" with the Center for Teaching Quality and Hillsborough County Public Schools in Florida. Among the ideas Allen suggests in this commentary are to schedule breaks, set goals unrelated to work and prioritize tasks. Allen also suggests knowing when to slow down, talking with colleagues, gaining momentum by completing easy tasks first and understanding that the path to finding balance will not be easy.

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