From self-care routines to discovering new locations, here are 10 amazing ways teachers can unwind and de-stress over the summer.
For some, transitioning into summer when you have no set schedule or tasks can be challenging. Reflecting on the past school year is a great way to slow down your teaching gears and smoothly transition into a relaxing summer.
When reflecting, think of 3 issues you encountered in your classroom and ways that you can solve those problems. Identify different methods to improve your class and teaching experience.
2. Set goals
To combat the inherent, unstructured nature of summer, set a few goals for yourself in order to have a fulfilling experience. For example, you can aim to try something new, like wood carving, eating foreign cuisine, or tap into your creative side and start a new hobby.
Make sure to pick a manageable number of activities to devote your time and energy to. It’s impossible to do everything over the summer, so don’t spread yourself too thin!
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