“If you’re not right yourself, how can you be effective in the classroom, one? But how can you effectively lead and mold the future of this society? You can’t…”
On this episode, I am joined by two lovely educators: Chelsie Griffin and Brittany Goldsby. Chelsie (Baton Rouge, Louisiana), a 5th grade mentor teacher and a doctorate student at LSU, was previously on episode 6, “Stop Pushing Good Teachers Out.” Brittany (Fort Lauderdale, Florida) is a 9th grade English teacher, a poet, an artist and a curriculum committee participant. We discuss the importance of energy: physically, spiritually, mentally and emotionally. Some of our strategies to boost energy included sleep, yoga, nutrition, classroom management tactics, and more.
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