Bouncing Back When Teaching to a Screen Reaches a Tipping Point

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In this episode, we look at why pandemic learning and typical teaching burnout are very different. More importantly, what are we doing about it?

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Michele S. Gorman is the founder and principal of the Richland School of Academic Arts School which she started in 2010. Michele believes in a rigorous disciplined school that integrates the arts into the curriculum making sure all children have the opportunity to receive an education filled with beauty taught by loving educators. Amber Harper is an educator, author, speaker, podcaster, and Teacher Burnout Coach. She’s the founder of www.burnedinteacher.com, author of Hacking Teacher Burnout, host of The Burned-In Teacher Podcast and is dedicated to empowering burned-out teachers to believe that they deserve and can achieve a happier and more fulfilled career and life with her 8-step BURNED-IN process. Scott Will has been in education 21 years, the past 11 in high school and district administration. He is currently in his 5th year as the high school principal at Mount Vernon. Scott is passionate about student growth and development and providing opportunities for all students. Scott holds a Bachelors in History, Masters in Education as well as principal and superintendent licensures.

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