Teachers and Introverts

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.

1introvertteacher1 Things That Happen When You’re a Teacher and Also an Introvert    A nice piece highlighting the strengths of introverts in the classroom.

 

 

artg7 Strategies for Surving as an Introverted Teacher     Another great piece for introverted teachers from Susan Cain’s Quiet Revolution. Some must-see ideas here.

 

 

IN-logoIntrovert 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

One Comment

  1. Introvert person are hard to please right. They seem to be serious and quiet all the time,huh?

    December 1, 2016
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