#UTedChat Questions for 06/06 – Teacher Well-Being
As many of us are either already finished with 2017-18 school for the year, or almost finished, it’s important that take some time to recharge. Teaching and education is challenging and can be very stressful and difficult to get through. This week we will have Kyle Hoopes (@KyleLHoopes), Principal at Grovecrest Elementary School in Alpine School District, leading the discussion on Teacher Well-being.
Please join us tonight at 9 pm MDT as Kyle (@KyleLHoopes) leads the #UTedChat discussion on the topic of the Teacher Well-being! We’d love to have you join the rest of the amazing #UTedChat community and share your great ideas with us because we are truly #BetterTogether.
If you haven’t already followed Kyle via Twitter (@KyleLHoopes) feel free to do so because it may help you to better follow the chat. And as always, please be sure to include #UTedChat in your responses so everyone participating can see your thoughts and ideas.
Topic: Teacher Well-being
Q1. What do you do when you feel stressed, unhappy, burned out, and/or anxious?
Q2. What do you wish your administrator/boss would know about you that would help you with your personal well-being?
Q3. What has your administrator/school done to help reduce stress and burnout at your workplace?
Q4. How much does culture play in your well-being?
Q5. What do you do to take care of yourself so you can be the best you?
Q6. How does your well-being as a teacher play into student success?
Kyle Hoopes is a Principal at Grovecrest Elementary School in Alpine School District. He has taught at both the elementary and secondary levels and is currently a doctoral student at BYU with a research focus on administrator and teacher well-being. Well-being would include characteristics of positive emotion, engagement, relationships, meaning, and accomplishment.
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