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Teaching Is Leading: How to Be Your Best Self
February 4, 2015
Emma Volpe (Greater Nashville '14) shares how a student who tragically passed away continues to serve as a deep source of inspiration.

Top Posts

Practicing Self-Care with Lumosity
February 22, 2018
Teach for America is partnering with Lumosity to encourage all teachers to make time for self-care
A group of middle-school students, working at laptops.
February 14, 2018
Whether or not you have a computer science background, you can still play a role in increasing your students' access to computer science education.
5 Steps To Amplifying Your Teacher Voice: A Guide To Self Publishing
February 12, 2018
Opportunities that allow you to elevate your voice and inspire others should never be ignored.
Maintaining Balance as a Teacher
November 29, 2017
Being a teacher can be exhausting, but these tips from Teach For America corps members and alumni can help you maintain your health, mentally and physically.
Teachers in classroom
November 16, 2017
It’s no secret that teaching can be stressful, but mindfulness meditation has helped me take care of my own health and made me a better teacher—and leader—in the process.
A teacher practicing mindful meditation
November 8, 2017
Breathe For Change is building a movement to ensure that teachers everywhere are supported in focusing on their own wellbeing, so they can better serve their students, schools, and communities.
Teach For America teachers sitting in a circle, working together.
November 1, 2017
It’s no secret that teachers—especially new ones—can experience high levels of stress, but there are some useful tools available to help you through the rough times
10 Daily Affirmations for Teachers
September 1, 2017
Honest reflection can help you become a better teacher, but if you find yourself feeling resigned or disheartened, it’s time to embrace a growth mindset.
5 Wellness Tips to Thrive During Back-to-School Season
September 1, 2017
Dr. Michael Davidson shares his top five tips below for staying mentally healthy during the first few months of school.