If you’re feeling the impact of:

* COVID-19.
* Jumping from online, face-to-face and back again.
* Or for the amount of energy you consistently are giving out to others.

This Unleash Learning TV episode is designed to help you see your strengths 💪🏼

Did you know that Unleash Learning has its own podcast? We record all our sessions so you can tune in when it suits you.

Michelle Etheve is here. 🎉🎉🎉 She has a Master’s in Science in Coaching Psychology and is the co-founder of the Change Lab.

She’s going to share with you a strategy to help you avoid burnout and stay at your best.

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A QUESTION FOR YOU:

Want to get a FREE copy of my book Unleash Learning and learn how to avoid educator burnout? Then take this action.

  1. Take the FREE survey and find your top Character Strengths.
  2. Based on the survey, find your top strength and in the comment section, tell us how you use that top strength in your daily work.

We will pick the best response and send the winner a copy of my book.

We’re cheering you on!
Dr. William DeJean
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One Comment

  • Cara maclay says:

    Re: How to avoid educator burnout
    with Michelle Etheve

    According to the VIA survey, my top strength is Spirituality TRANSCENDENCE.
    The way I use this strength is to consider what positive thinking I can bring to the students I teach. The survey said this strength is about having beliefs about the meaning of life that shape conduct and provide comfort. I try to have buy in from my students about helping themselves manage their behaviour. I tell my students I am good at calling their parents, this is my strength as a teacher. The students know I mostly do call when I say that I will. I often give the students opportunities to improve their behaviour, come up with a course of action, try it, review it and make a new decision about improving their behaviour. For example, a boy said he would keep his ball in his bag to not disturb the class with it. He did not. We talked again about another option to manage the ball. He considered again and will leave the ball with me at the start of each class. I believe this kind of behaviour management empowers the students to start to think, set themselves goals and aim to achieve it whilst knowing that I am going to hold them to account. They often want to negotiate opportunities for them to behave better and avoid calls home. I believe it helps them become more self aware, realise they are impacting their own lives and as a result, learn they can shape their own behaviour and have value as a human being. I am a graduate teacher, so learning different ways to teach kids to manage their own behaviour has been tricky and challenging.

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