Teacher retention is becoming more and more of a challenge for schools across the country, and the Washington Post recently reported that as many as 1 in 4 teachers have considered leaving the profession in the past year.
In the first part of this 2-part series, Amber Harper of Burned In Teacher, will share why managing teacher burnout is critical for school leaders, and how to truly support well-being for your staff with simple strategies that make a difference.
We’ll talk about solutions for staff burnout that include:
- Creating coaching networks and constructive communities of practice
- Encouraging teacher portfolios to reflect on their own social-emotional learning and progress
- Making professional development and learning accessible, meaningful, and personalized