Chase Mielke, author of "A Letter to New Teachers", confesses that he’s spent too much time ruminating about students who were mean to him and to others, parents who made irrational demands, and colleagues who put him down. Finally he saw “that the only person suffering from my resentment was me” and started practicing meditation and forgiveness. And he forgave himself for his own mistakes.
Here are some ideas on how to survive the next 9 days!
Be the Best Educator You Set Out to Be (Part Three)...Be a collaborative educator. Teaching is hard. We can't do it on our own. Find a tribe and work together. ~Steven W. Anderson www.web20classroom.org