I’ve certainly experienced this myself as an educator. When I’m stressed, my students are stressed. Since researching and writing The Well-Balanced Teacher, I’ve heard from many colleagues about similar experiences. What do you think? Have you seen this as well? What factors contribute to your stress levels at school? What do you do to combat stress when it starts to build?
June 10, 2011, Responsive Classroom Blog, Original Link: https://www.responsiveclassroom.org/blog/teacher-stress-and-student-behavior
Mike Anderson is an education consultant who leads great learning throughout the United States and beyond. He is an award winning teacher and the author of many books. You can follow him on Twitter at @balancedteacher.
Mike Anderson is an education consultant, award-winning teacher, and author of many books including What We Say and How We Say It Matter, The Well-Balanced Teacher, The First Six Weeks of School, The Research-Ready Classroom, and Learning to Choose, Choosing to Learn. Learn more about Mike and his work or invite him to work with your school or district through his website: www.leadinggreatlearning.com. Connect with Mike on Twitter: @balancedteacher.