Teachers across the nation are doing everything they can to try and improve their self-care efforts, but often times they need the help of their institutions to contribute and improve these efforts. It’s clear that the responsibility of the matter shouldn’t fall all onto the shoulders of the teachers, which means there must be organizational level change. Research shows teacher-directed interventions are successful in lifting morale and reducing the high instances of turnover. A few methods institutions can turn to include increased pay, free counseling programs, mindfulness training, peer mentorship and connected support learning systems for the improvement of the health of their educators. There is always more to be done in the aiding of these teachers, however, so to get further educated on the matter and how teachers can get a better grasp on their self-care strategies, read on to the infographic featured with this post.

Teacher Self-Care 101

Check out Teacher Self-Care 101, provided by Curriculum Associates; an organization offering lessons in PHONICS for Reading.