Dec 8, 2021
In the weeks leading up to winter break, you are right in the midst of the disillusionment phase. This is the third phase that beginning teachers experience throughout the school year and it is one that comes with lots of emotions. You're likely feeling extremely burnt out and exhausted. You may even be questioning your ability to continue your career as a teacher. You are not alone in feeling this way, and I'm going to share 3 things that will help you navigate this difficult phase of teaching.
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