Reducing Teacher Stress
Great practical ideas for reducing stress, especially as the end of the year is creeping closer. Worth your time to check out. What do you do to plan for the end of the school year and reduce stress?
The end of the school year always becomes stressful. Teachers have an abundance of responsibilities that require time, effort, and planning. There are demands from administrators, parents, students, and your own family and friends. It is important to be aware of and recognize the stress teachers face daily.
Recognize stress in your life. . .
Feelings Associated with Stress:
Thoughts You May Have If You Are Stressed:
- Fear of Failure
- Low Self-Esteem
- Worrying About the Future
- Can’t Concentrate
- Complaining About Work
Behaviors You May Show If You Are Stressed:
- Grinding Your Teeth
- Increase of a Normal Habit or Addiction
- Losing Your Appetite or Overeating
- Increased Heart Rate, Breathing or Sweating
- Trouble Sleeping
- Neck and Lower Back Pain
Ways to Reduce Your Stress
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