There are several steps that educators can take now to help establish good habits, avoid stress and prevent burning out by the spring semester, education writer Erin Osborne writes in this blog post. She suggests creating boundaries, such as limiting after-school activities or pledging not to work weekends. She also suggests prioritizing meal planning, exercise and hobbies, and identifying technology that can aid in productivity, such as Dropbox and Evernote.
Tips to help teachers avoid burning out by spring
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