Teachers should consider how students respond to them and their lessons to determine the next steps in learning -- rather than to affirm how well they are doing as educators -- eighth-grade teacher Ariel Sacks writes in this blog post. "We need to have compassion for ourselves as teachers, so we can, in turn, give this to our students as they make their way through learning," she writes.
How teachers' compassion for themselves helps students
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