- Teacher burnout still permeates nearly every aspect of education
- Teachers who integrated creativity into the curricula reported lower levels of burnout and stress for themselves and their students
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This article originally appeared on Adobe’s blog and is reposted here with permission.
Teacher burnout is, unfortunately, not a new phenomenon. Even 15 years ago, when I was teaching middle and high school, it was always a question of when (not if) my colleagues and I would reach burnout towards the end of the year. On a good year, with ideal conditions, some teachers would make it until around April. But, of course, we always looked out for teachers who showed signs of burnout as early as mid-year.…Read More