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Beginning Teacher Talk


Nov 24, 2021

Teaching is challenging. There's no doubt about that. As the holidays approach, your job may even feel more difficult than ever. If you are counting down the days until winter break and desperately need some time off, or maybe even considering quitting, that is very normal. Your feelings about teaching will ebb and flow throughout the year. In fact, you will hear how common it is to experience these feelings as I share the phases of first-year teachers' attitudes towards teaching from August through July. 

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I hope you have a wonderful week, and remember - just because you are a beginning elementary teacher, there is no need for you to struggle like one.

Xo Lori

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