Tag: teacher life
It’s hard being cooped up for weeks at a time. It’s hard not seeing my students. It’s hard having so much out of my control — and not knowing when it will end. We need to normalize being human before we can optimize being human — owning that this is hard.
New Years often make us feel like we need to do more. But, increasing well-being doesn’t just mean adding actions. It means letting go.
At present, I’m starting a new year with new students. As I’m looking to the future, I’m thrown back to the past – to all the students who have stepped through this room, have sat in theses seats, have longed to get out of this school. A teacher’s character is a collective contribution made by […]