Hey there and welcome to the Sustainable Teacher Podcast/Blog about the number one tool your classroom needs right now.
We are in a time of transition in education as we head back to normal or at least to some sort of new normal. You are probably right in the middle of the teacher-hustle, and you’re reflecting on the changes you want to make to your daily teaching life so that it’s a bit more sustainable, am I right?
Either way, the tool that I’m going to tell you about today is one that’s going to help you take practical steps towards a more sustainable and effective classroom in the modern times of education. It’s going to help you take steps towards more evenings focused on your family and less weekends spent grading papers, all while maintaining or even increasing your effectiveness in the classroom.
Want to know what the number one tool is?
It’s the Flipped Classroom Starter Kit I’ve built to help you do ...
A Student’s Story
She walks into class and other students look twice because she’s actually there, for the first time in weeks. They give her curious looks, and try not to be rude, but she can’t help but notice how her presence throws off the balance of the room.
She’s glad to be back, though, and she’s so thankful for the warm greeting her teacher gives her. It helps her through the fact that the last month has been pretty touch and go for her with all kinds of doctor’s appointments and various medical issues. It wasn’t her fault she was absent - sometimes life takes higher priority than even school.
She’s glad to be back, but being back means she’s got some major catch up to do. Just after one day back at school she feels this immense pressure and weight on her chest that eventually exacerbates her existing medical condition, compounding its effects both physically and in her education....