In this episode, Kym and Heather, two Burned-In Teacher Tribers, open up about their experience with meeting each other through The Burned-In Teacher Mastermind. This Mastermind not only includes my unique 8-step BURNED-IN process, but it's also a supportive community that'll help you grow through your burnout. Also in this episode, Kym and Heather share how they have (and continue to) support one another on their journeys out of teacher burnout.
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3 Ways to Simplify Your EdTech Use with Jake Miller
54:15In this episode, you get to hear my interview with Jake Miller, an 8th grade Science teacher from Ohio share his story of teacher burnout and how he's used it to reimagine his role as an educator to support himself and his students. Jake Miller is an edtech and learning enthusiast who hosts the Educational Duct Tape podcast and shares #EduGIFs at @JakeMillerTech and on JakeMiller.net. He works as a science teacher in Ohio and previously spent 5 years as a technology integration specialist and an additional 12 years in the classroom teaching math, science & STEM at various grade levels. In this episode, Jake will help you to NOT be overwhelmed by educational technology by helping you to identify your goals, problems, or needs; pick one that you need to focus on now; and finally how to identify a technology that can address it.
3 Powerful Questions That Will Have a BIG Impact on Your Time
21:09If you're not asking yourself these 3 questions you could feel like you're running on the perpetual "hamster wheel" of #teacherlife. In this episode, I share a quick story of why these questions are so helpful and how you can apply them to your specific job title anytime, anywhere. So if you're struggling with teacher burnout and find yourself saying "I have too much on my plate." this is the episode for you. For more information and show notes to go https://www.burnedinteacher.com/blog/ep-123-3-powerful-questions-that-will-have-a-big-impact-on-your-time
Find Yourself a Buddy with Kym and Heather
47:29In this episode, Kym and Heather, two Burned-In Teacher Tribers, open up about their experience with meeting each other through The Burned-In Teacher Mastermind. This Mastermind not only includes my unique 8-step BURNED-IN process, but it's also a supportive community that'll help you grow through your burnout. Also in this episode, Kym and Heather share how they have (and continue to) support one another on their journeys out of teacher burnout.
Becoming a Deviant Teacher with Nancy Ynchaustegui
57:35In this episode, I interview Nancy Ynchaustegui - a veteran middle school science teacher and health coach that empowers her students and clients to embrace their uniqueness and challenge the status quo. She empowers teachers by teaching them how to get back to themselves in 2 simple but - not easy - steps. For more information and show-notes go to https://www.burnedinteacher.com/blog/ep-121-Becoming-a-Deviant-Teacher-with-Nancy-Ynchaustegui
The Original BIT Then and Now
36:06In this episode, Janelle Owens shares how she's used what she learned from her experience with Burned-In Teacher three years ago today. She shares her biggest take-aways, how her life has changed over the last three years, and her advice to teachers who are feeling stuck, isolated, alone, and burned-out. For more information and show notes, go to https://www.burnedinteacher.com/blog/ep-120-the-original-bit-then-and-now
How To Beat Burnout Even When It Seems Impossible
18:38In this episode, I share with you a snippet of my Burned-In Teacher Workshop: How to Beat Teacher Burnout, Even When It Seems Impossible. In this workshop you'll learn: why the old way of practicing self-care isn't working and what you can do about it; what it means to "let go" in the face of consistent challenges and changes; mindset shifts you can make now to set "future you" up for success; the secret to making 2021 the best year of teaching EVER - and I mean it, and how teachers like you are living their best life... even in the midst of Pandemic Teaching. Go to www.burnedinteacher.com/workshop to sign up for the replay. Go to www.burnedinteacher.com/mastermind to join a group of teachers who are ready to do something different in order to get different results in their lives and careers!
Are Your Excuses Holding You Back?
13:18In this episode, I go solo to talk about the excuses that you could be making that are holding you back and therefore, holding you in burnout for far too long. It can be easy to say, "I can't..." and when it comes to teacher burnout, I know that sometimes it can be easy to make excuses for why things can't or won't change for you. I invite you to join me for a brand new Burned-In Teacher Workshop called How to Beat Teacher Burnout Even When It Seems Impossible. Go to www.burnedinteacher.com/workshop In this workshop, I'll share three mistakes you could be making that are keeping you in burnout and three shifts that will help you to put you back in the driver's seat and on a path to bigger and better beliefs about your life and career. For more information and show-notes go to https://www.burnedinteacher.com/blog/ep-118-are-your-excuses-holding-you-back.
The Wheel of Life with Chrissy Crolly
48:36In this episode, Chrissy Crolly shares an impactful story of resilience and revelation that caused her to make small and big changes in her teaching life for the sake of her health. Chrissy Crolly is a former burned-out elementary school educator who utilized solution-focused coaching to find her passion in supporting other leaders and educators in building systems that support proactive and positive outcomes for all students. Chrissy wants to encourage you to: 1. Take time to learn strategies that work for you as an individual that supports your whole being - physical, mental, and emotional well-being. 2. Find the person that you can receive feedback from on your practices to support your professional growth - Lean into coaching and mentoring. 3. Understand that life is fluid. There will be times of great flow and success and other times that full of opportunities to learn and grow. And unfortunately, in our lives, there will be hardships and times that we struggle. That is why it is so important to have those strategies, people who can give us productive feedback, and the mentality that we can get through any situation. For more information and show notes, go to https://www.burnedinteacher.com/blog/ep-117-the-wheel-of-life-with-crissy-crolly
Getting Zen with Dan Tricarico
41:40In this episode, I chat with Dan Tricarico - AKA The Zen Teacher - about how he used his burnout as an opportunity to start inspiring other teachers to live a more Zen lifestyle. During this interview, we talk about how it’s sometimes difficult to create change in our environments, so it’s important to remember that we can look inwards and create the changes that we need to become BURNED-IN. For more information and show-notes go to https://www.burnedinteacher.com/blog/ep-116-getting-zen-with-dan-tricarico
My Top Reasons for Being Grateful to Be a Classroom Teacher Again
55:04In this episode, I share my top reason for being so grateful to be back in the classroom after taking three years to work on Burned-In Teacher full time. I have missed the classroom and most of what comes along with it for some time and I'm laying it all out for you today! I have to admit, I do share a little more than my gratitude for being back in the classroom this year, however. I also share how important it is to make sure that the Burned-In Community is for you. There comes a time in our careers and lives where we have to make a decision to either just listen and watch or to listen, watch, and ACT. I recorded this episode LIVE inside of my Burned-In Teacher Podcast Facebook Community and engage with teachers who are ready for REAL change in their teaching and daily lives. This episode will help you to make your decision between doing things you've always done or doing things you've never done before to go from burned-out teacher to BURNED-IN Teacher.