Impostor Syndrome in Teachers

As a teacher, I know all too well how easy it is to fall into a trap of low self-esteem from a lack of appreciation and support. This type of negative thinking can lead to impostor syndrome and may make it hard for you to have the courage or confidence in yourself to leave teaching. […]

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Teacher Burnout Causes: Teacher Stress

Too Much Teacher Stress Leads to a Mess Being a teacher is tough. With toxic school cultures, lack of support, low pay and overwhelming workloads, it’s no wonder nearly half of all teachers leave the job within the first five years. Many report work stressors as their primary reason for ditching class. According to a […]

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Second Careers For Teachers: Remote Working

A second career for teachers is a great way to fluff up their resume experience, as well as branch out into different career paths. Technology has changed the way we live our lives in so many ways, including the way we work. No longer are the days where we have to fight traffic every day […]

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Educational Consultant Jobs

If you’re a teacher looking for a new career, an educational consultant may be the right fit. Here’s what you should know about educational consultant jobs. So, You Want to Be an Educational Consultant? If you are a teacher looking for a career outside of the classroom but still want to remain in education, one […]

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Thinking Of Leaving Teaching? 9 Signs It’s The Right Choice

Are you thinking of leaving teaching? Not sure if teaching is still what you should be doing? Here we discuss 9 signs that leaving teaching is the right choice for you. It is never easy looking for work or switching careers. The long process of searching job boards, going on interviews and the emotional rollercoaster […]

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Battling Teacher Guilt About Leaving The Classroom

Teacher guilt is something that impacts many teachers throughout their career. Teacher guilt can hit you when you want to spend the weekend with your family rather than grading papers. And it hits especially hard when you consider leaving. Teaching can be such a fulfilling career. The feeling that teachers get when a student finally […]

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State Positions For Teachers

It’s time. You are starting to ask hard questions about transitioning out of the classroom and out of a school. However, you want to stay involved in education. Many teachers feel there aren’t many options for using the full repertoire of their experiences and education. However, there are many state position jobs for former teachers, […]

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Remote Jobs For Teachers

Are you transitioning out of the classroom and looking for a new career opportunity? Here are some remote job options for teachers. “I’ve got to pee so badly! I need someone, anyone to walk past my room before I explode!” Has this ever happened to you? Do you desperately poke your head outside of your […]

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10 Things I Learned After I Left Teaching

Leaving teaching was the best thing that has happened to me, and here are 10 important things I learned after I left teaching. 10 Things I Learned After I Left Teaching Life is short. Your job shouldn’t make you miserable. This is the most important lesson I learned after I left teaching. Obviously, teaching was […]

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Teacher Self Care

Teacher Self Care is Not Selfish Teacher self care is a necessity. As you all know, the job of a teacher is extremely demanding and can take a heavy toll on our physical and mental well-being. In fact, the United States is a world leader in stress and most Americans blame their job for their […]

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