Teachers seeking a good school environment should start by giving and seeking positive feedback themselves, education consultant Allen Mendler writes in this blog post. Mendler shares six ideas, such as asking a colleague to observe a class or keeping a daily log of accomplishments, to help teachers feel more appreciated. "You won't be able to influence everyone or affect everything, but you may have more power than you think to make your school more of what you want it to be for yourself and others," Mendler writes.
6 ideas for teachers to improve their school climate
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