The Whole Teacher: Practicing Self-Care
At all times, and particularly during a global pandemic, teachers need to practice self-care so that they may focus on teaching the whole child. Teachers are under an incredible amount of stress during the best of times, and now anxiety is at an all-time high. This Tech Talk article explains ways to promote self-care of the whole teacher focusing on the head, heart, and the hands (mental/cognitive; emotional/spiritual; and physical) using both tech and non-tech options.
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