As another August-to-June school calendar makes it to the recycling bin, I thought I would share a few articles that tie my two worlds together…
I know everybody enjoys summer, but it’s particularly useful for introverted teachers. June, July and August are stuffed with back-t0-back-to-back days of nap- and book-filled afternoons. Or the beach or pool. Or whatever the heck a teacher introvert wants to do.
But before we know it, we’ll be heading back to school (oh, I know I know, relax). Or at least planning for next school year as we Countrytime-Lemonade through months 6, 7, and 8.
11 Things That Happen When You’re a Teacher and Also an Introvert A nice piece highlighting the strengths of introverts in the classroom.
7 Strategies for Surving as an Introverted Teacher Another great piece for introverted teachers from Susan Cain’s Quiet Revolution. Some must-see ideas here.
Introvert Spring Not a site specific to introverted teachers, but definitely a must for introverts from all walks of life. I’ve had the pleasure of working with Michaela on a few things, and she’s as awesome as she seems. Check it out!!
I know I said there is more original content coming. I didn’t lie. It’s coming. Just not yet.
*The thumbnails above are compliments of WeAreTeachers.com and IntrovertSpring.com