5 Ways to Energize Yourself for Great Teaching Every Day #MondayMotivation

A conversation with Mark Eichenlaub in episode 71 of the 10-Minute Teacher Podcast

From the Cool Cat Teacher Blog by Vicki Davis

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Today Mark Eichenlaub @MarkWEichenlaub talk about taking care of a very important person in your classroom – YOU! We’ll talk about everything from lunchroom food to considering your own energy. I needed this conversation!

5 Ways to energize yourself for great teaching

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In today’s show, Mark talks about energizing yourself:

  • How to get back up when we’re tired
  • A simple way to energize yourself
  • Loving your students is OK
  • How the lunchroom can sabotage our energy
  • When Mark almost left teaching and why he didn’t

I hope you enjoy this episode with Mark!

Want to hear another episode on being a healthy teacher? Listen to Angela Maiers talk about Unleashing genius and yourself.

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Mark EichenlaubMark Eichenlaub

Mark is the founder at ProsperousTeachers.com. He is a 7th Grade ELA Teacher and Cross-Country Coach in Flossmoor, Illinois.

Mark’s work has been featured in the New York Times and other publications on ways for teachers to earn more money. He focuses on ways to make teaching more meaningful and exciting for both teachers and students at his website and in his classroom.

Transcript for this episode

To be posted as soon as it is available. Check back soon!

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