As an educator, you do so much for and play many different roles for students, but how can you make sure that you are taking care of yourself?
Self-care is an important component of a teacher’s mental health, but there are misconceptions about what it is. It’s common for educators to dismiss the self-care movement as “selfish” or “superficial.” But for teachers, self-care is so much more than breakfast in bed or treating yourself to a spa day. It’s about taking care of your health so that you’re prepared to be the best teacher you can be for yourself and your students. (https://www.waterford.org/education/teacher-self-care-activities/
It’s about taking care of your health so that you’re prepared to be the best teacher you can be for yourself and your students.
Did you know?
Headspace offers free access
to K-12 (primary-secondary) teachers and supporting staff in the US.
Whether you’re feeling inspired to connect more with your students or you’re looking for a new way to bring calm to your classroom, Headspace can help students build healthy habits that last a lifetime. Better focus, less stress, and happier thoughts are just a few minutes away.
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