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The Educator's Room Presents: The Teacher Self-Care Podcast

Summary: The real conversation teachers need to her about teacher self-care.

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 113: Why I Left My Job in October- PTSD and Teaching | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 33:52

In episode 113, Franchesca Warren interviews Andrea Bazemore and her journey from experiencing PTSD and how she recovers as she takes the year off. During this episode, Andrea discusses the trauma she experienced after students weren't given proper services and how she decided to make a chance to preserve her self-care. In addition, she discusses how she's used her student's needs with teaching from a social justice lens to get her students to grasp the events happening around the world. Please like, subscribe and comment on this episode and to reach out to Andrea below.    Andrea Bazemore  Twitter: @BlackApple4Edu  Instagram: @BlackApple4ed  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theblackapple4edu/ Email: andreabazemore@theblackpple.org  

 112: Trauma Informed Practices for Teachers | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 28:53

Teachers understand how to help students with trauma-informed practices, but what about the effects this has on teachers. Join Franchesca as she interviews California teacher, Addison Duane and discusses how teachers can recognize trauma and how to get treatment for themselves. Please like, subscribe and comment on this episode. 

 111: My Self-Care Story | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 21:52

In this episode, Franchesca Warren takes a break and discusses her journey to self-care. Visit The Educator's Room for more about the work of self-care. 

 110: Practicing Principal Self-Care | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 30:54

In this episode, Franchesca interviews Lucy Fischman, a former administrator who left her job in favor of self-care from the stressful demands of the job. Through this interview, we discuss why being an administrator is the loneliest job in the building, the "exit plan" ALL administrators should have and the immediate plans for administrators to preserve their self-care. You can find Lucy on Instagram as teachers on a mission and we hope you’ll find this episode inspirational, motivational, and full of helpful tips! Please subscribe, share and rate! 

 109: Using Religion to Help With Teacher Self-Care | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 22:25

In episode 109, Franchesca interviews Andrienne Boler, the creator of Teachers on a Mission, as she discusses how her faith helps her manage her self-care as a teacher. In this episode, Adrienne discusses her journey to self-care and how taking a year off from the classroom has allowed her to center her needs.You can find Adrienne on Instagram as teachers on a mission and we hope you’ll find this episode inspirational, motivational, and full of helpful tips! Please subscribe, share and rate! 

 108: How Leaders Can Address Teacher Self-Care | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 31:06

Welcome to episode 108 of the Teacher Self-Care podcast! This week on the podcast, Fran interviews Cassandra Washington, a retired principal from Chicago Public Schools who's near stroke made her take a hard look at her self-care. In this episode, Cassandra drops nuggets of truth that will help any leader examine how to build a culture that focuses on self-care for their teacher. You can find Cassandra on Instagram and you can get her book, Teach and Take Time For You, by clicking here. We hope you’ll find this episode inspirational, motivational, and full of helpful tips! Please subscribe, share and rate! 

 107: The Journey of Self-Care and Teacher Wellness | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 28:08

Welcome to episode 107 of the Teacher Self-Care podcast! This week on the podcast, Fran interviews Amanda Hope.., a teacher and creator, about the components of her journey from stressed out special education teacher to a wellness-focused professional. In this episode, Amanda drops nuggets of truth that will help any teacher learn how to not survive but to develop a plan for teacher wellness.  You can find Amanda H. on Instagram and we hope you’ll find this episode inspirational, motivational, and full of helpful tips!Please subscribe, share and rate! 

 106: When Your Self-Care is in the Pages of a Book | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 27:29

In this episode, we interview Meredith Newlin, as she discusses her journey in self-care and how she published a book to help other teachers. Her book, Captured Fireflies: Truths, Mistakes, and Other Gifts of Being an English Teacher is a great testimony of how she's used her experience of a teacher to help others.You can find Meredith on Instagram and you can get her book, Teach and Take Time For You, by clicking here. We hope you’ll find this episode inspirational, motivational, and full of helpful tips! Please subscribe, share and rate! Please subscribe, share and rate!   

 105: The Happy Teacher Revolution: Why Every Teacher Needs It | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 31:10

Welcome to episode 105 of the Teacher Self-Care podcast! This week on the podcast, Fran interviews Danna T.., a teacher and creator of The Happy Teacher Revolution, about the components of a "happy" teacher and how school districts can cultivate happiness in their buildings. In this episode, Danna drops nuggets of truth that will help any teacher learn how to not only survive  in their teacher wellness.  You can find Danna on Instagram and we hope you’ll find this episode inspirational, motivational, and full of helpful tips!

 104: Teacher Credibility and Self-Care | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 29:04

Welcome to episode 105 of the Teacher Self-Care podcast! This week on the podcast, Fran interviews Mike.., a teacher and creator of The Credible Teacher, about how teacher credibility and self-care go "hand in hand". In this episode, Mike talks about his journey to self-care as a male educator and how it's helped him cultivate his vulnerability with his students.  You can find Mike on Instagram and we hope you’ll find this episode inspirational, motivational, and full of helpful tips!

 103: The Truth Behind the Decline of Mental Health of Teachers in Graduate School Programs | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 31:40

Welcome to episode 103 of the Teacher Self-Care podcast! This week on the podcast, Fran interviews Dailene H., an RTI Specialist and PhD student in Texas about the need for self-care for teachers who are graduate school. In this episode, Dailene drops nuggets of truth that will help any teacher learn how to not only survive but thrive in graduate school.  You can find Dailene on Instagram and we hope you’ll find this episode inspirational, motivational, and full of helpful tips! Harvard Study: Graduate Student Mental Health: Lessons from American Economics Departments    

 102: Familial Ties and Teacher Self-Care | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 31:21

Welcome to episode 102 of the Teacher Self-Care podcast! This week on the podcast, Fran interviews Melodee Barnes, an Early Education teacher from Chicago about the need for teachers to make sense of parental relationships. In this episode, Melodee drops nuggets of truth that will help any teacher learn how to take control of parent-teacher relationships in order to have self-care.  You can find Melodee on Instagram and we hope you’ll find this episode inspirational, motivational, and full of helpful tips!    

 101: Practicing Teacher Self-Care Through a Divorce | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 25:05

Welcome to episode 101 of the Teacher Self-Care podcast! This week on the podcast, Fran interviews Lori Rice, a 4th-grade teacher in the Midwest, about the devastating moment she found out her (ex) husband wanted a divorce. With no other option, Lori had to figure out a way to make it until the end of the year and still teach.  In this episode, Lori discusses how running, yoga, and therapy helped her find herself and practice true self-care. You can find Lori on Twitter or on The Educator's Room as a writer and we hope you’ll find this episode inspirational, motivational, and full of helpful tips!

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