The pressures of our job as teachers are enormous. Often time-poor, overworked and underappreciated, we must also manage complex relationships with students, parents, colleagues and leaders. These are human problems – and human problems require human solutions.
Gratitude Practices for Teachers is a guide for educators and leaders navigating the daily challenges of teaching. Far from recycling simplistic gratitude platitudes, Dr Kerry Howells and Dr Jo Lucas offer a series of deep gratitude practices teachers can use straight away to create meaningful change. With chapters focused on topics such as exhaustion, difficult relationships, perfectionism and struggling school systems, this book is your go-to guide for building your resilience and wellbeing.
Whether you’re feeling disheartened or just wanting to feel rejuvenated in your career, Gratitude Practices for Teachers will help you find your way to more positive and passionate teaching.