Happy, healthy people are more effective teachers and more productive members of society. Yet, an increasing number of teachers are suffering stress-related illness and burnout. Some of these educators struggle through at a reduced capacity, but quite a lot just leave the profession altogether. Many educators put everyone else's health and happiness before their own, because they just want to make a difference. However, it backfires because the external expectations and demands of the job keep increasing regardless of the dwindling reserves of teachers. This podcast aims to facilitate and contribute to the conversation about teacher wellbeing, positive schools and burnout prevention, to inspire and empower educators of all kinds to take back control of their health and happiness by being proactive about their wellbeing, and to give teachers permission to put themselves first, so that they can go on making a difference long into the future.
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In this episode I share a personal update and some resources and links that are coming up for me in the next few weeks. more
This is the last episode in Season 9 but we will be back for Season 10 sometime later in the year. In the meantime make sure you’re following me on Instagram @selfcareforteachers and get on the newsletter list so you stay up to date. more
The Teacher Wellbeing Podcast is 5 years old today! If you have enjoyed the show, please leave us a rating and review in your podcast app as a little birthday present!
Thank you so much for this wonderful podcast, your gentle and compassionate approach and the stories that you tell. You have been a place of grounding over the past month as I grapple with the obstacles I am facing in my teaching vocation. So much resonates with me and I am so grateful that I am not alone in this time of change and in my quest to empower myself and reinvigorate my resilience. 💕
I’m not a teacher but as a parent (and a constant student), I wanted to check out this podcast. I was not disappointed, and this pick reminded me of the magic of podcasting. Looking for information about a topic and being given so much more! What Ellen gave me was 54 minutes of truth and passion far beyond teaching and education in Australia. She shared the journey of being an entrepreneur and in particularly the journey of producing a podcast over the past 4 years - the high lights and the ... more
Thank you Ellen for sharing these podcasts on such an important issue! I wish more teachers felt safe to have conversations about the impacts of work on their wellbeing rather than suffering in silence - or quitting!
This is a relevant, authentic and balanced podcast.
I’m only 3 episodes in, and I already believe this podcast is necessary listening for all teachers, both early career and experienced. Please! For you, and your students, listen to this podcast. It’s Australian, it’s honest, it’s practical and it’s so encouraging. It really shows you two important things: “you are not alone” and “how to care for yourself”.
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Teacher Wellbeing launched 6 years ago and published 116 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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