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Teachers As Frontline Workers (Part 1): With Dr. Sheryl Ziegler (Burnout and Stress)

Teachers As Frontline Workers (Part 1): With Dr. Sheryl Ziegler (Burnout And Stress)

In the first installment of this video series, Sheryl will discuss:

  • The most common and concerning challenges you are hearing in real-time from teachers
  • How are these challenges impacting the education workforce and its ability to perform effectively on the job
  • Her highest area of concern about the current state of teachers working out on the front line
  • Proactive and actionable ways school districts and administrators can confront these challenges and meaningfully support their educators

Sheryl, a licensed clinical psychologist who runs an active practice, is also an author, keynote speaker, digital health advisor, and board member and program chair at The Tennyson Center for Children. Dr. Ziegler has appeared as a mental health expert in 100+ news related shows, including The Today Show with Megyn KellyThe Katie Couric Show, CNN, and more. Articles she has contributed to have been featured in The New York TimesThe Washington PostHarvard Business Review, and Parents, to name a few. Her must-read, highly-reviewed handbook for the modern mother, Mommy Burnout, was published in 2018 and has since been translated into several different languages.

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In Upcoming installments of this video series, Sheryl will discuss:

  • What teachers, school administrators, and districts can do to address the conditions contributing to teacher burnout and stress
  • Real-life examples of proactive and practical measures schools can adopt that positively impact the teachers, students, and families
  • Ways to assess and respond to the impacts of educator exhaustion
  • Inspirational success stories proving that today’s high levels of teacher burnout can improve

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