Daily positive affirmations teach our teacher brains
Sixty-one percent of the teachers said their work was always or often stressful. 58 percent of teachers described their mental health as “not good” for at least seven of the previous 30 days.
Positive Affirmations are short positive statements targeted at a specific set of negative beliefs. They are used to reprogram our subconscious minds, to encourage us to believe certain things about ourselves or about the world and our place within it. Basically, they help to create the reality we want!
Affirmations are proven methods of self-improvement because of their ability to rewire our brains. Using positive affirmations can help us to keep focused on our inner goals!
Daily positive affirmations teach our teacher brains a new way to think about our teaching world! We eliminate negative ways of thinking and essentially change our teaching mindset!
And guess what? Affirmations are a great way to support your students too! Read more about using DAILY POSITIVE AFFIRMATIONS with STUDENTS HERE!
Happy & Healthy Teaching!
References: AFT, 2017 Educator Quality of Work Life Survey
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