Can professional networks help with teacher burnout?

07/18/2013 | Edutopia.org

Teachers facing burnout should not hide these feelings or face them alone, educator Nicholas Provenzano writes in this blog post. Noting his own experiences with burnout, he suggests teachers reach out to their colleagues at school or to their professional learning networks through social media. "Everyone talks about the value of being a connected educator to make you a better teacher, but these connections can serve to help you personally as well as professionally," he writes.

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