Burnout. You can’t have burnout unless there was once a fire. So what happens when a teacher reaches the burnout stage? What has happened when the passion for teaching begins to fade and teachers no longer have the energy and enthusiasm they once had? Their work becomes overwhelming and they feel little or no personal reward for the amount of effort they put forth.
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Page Dettmann, Ph.D.
Transforming Learning for Visible Results
High-impact Learning Leadership
Bill Latham, MBA ALEP
Author: Humanizing the Education Machine
Brandon Hillman, ALEP
High-impact Learning Environments