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August Newsletter:
Thanks to Wanderlust, Interview with Jenny Grant Rankin, and Summer Reading!


We had a blast presenting at Wanderlust Squaw Valley! Founder Kelly Knoche gave an engaging and innovative presentation at The Speakeasy to a full crowd. Everyone left with information and tools to maintain health and well-being in service. And we left with some invitations to collaborate with more schools! There was so much fun, yoga, healthy treats, and dancing for the whole team. Thanks, Wanderlust. 

We're excited to publish a multi-part interview between Kelly and Jenny Grant Rankin, PhD. We explore her journey from teaching to writing, the best ways for teachers to leverage resources, how she addresses burnout, and how her work aligns with The Teaching Well. Jenny is the author of First Aid for Teacher Burnout: How You Can Find Peace and SuccessEngaging & Challenging Gifted Students, and How to Make Data Work: A Guide for Educational Leaders.

Check Out Part One! Avoiding Teacher Burnout: An Interview with Jenny Rankin

Summer Reading List: Here are some articles we loved about How Teachers' Stress Affects Students;  how Happy Teachers Practice Self-Care; and Why Are Teachers Quitting? Ways to Deal with Recruitment & Retention.

BRING US TO YOUR SCHOOL!
Teacher well-being sets the tone for classroom learning. Self-care is a crucial practice in thriving—making it possible to make the difference in student's lives that you are committed to.
This is our mission. Will you join us?
We're offering a full menu of Administrator Mentoring, Healthy Communication, and Managing Transferred Trauma programs. Invest in the well-being and sustainability of your educators and your school community. Learn more.

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The Teaching Well is a non-profit teacher wellness organization that believes that the health and well-being of educators make a critical difference in school culture, teacher retention and the lives of students. Find out more about our workour team, partnering with us in support, or how to bring us to your school.

Praise for The Teaching Well
 

"Great breakdown of the importance of [well-being] as it relates to us as school founders & leaders!"

"Easy tips for us to 'plug n play.'

"This session felt like therapy and PD had a baby!"

—Participants from The Mind Trust professional development on July 20th in Indianapolis, IN

The summer is coming to a close...
Next time you hear from us your classroom will be full of beautiful little ones and we are committed to seeing you back to work with joy and ease.
So however many days until your return to school—take your time to nurture your own well-being and restoration. These are the habits that will get us through the coming year with compassion, fulfillment, and patience.
 
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