Take Notes with Jen Rafferty

How to overcome teacher burnout? Tips for sustainable teaching career with Lily Jones

January 25, 2024 Jen Rafferty Season 3 Episode 14
How to overcome teacher burnout? Tips for sustainable teaching career with Lily Jones
Take Notes with Jen Rafferty
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Take Notes with Jen Rafferty
How to overcome teacher burnout? Tips for sustainable teaching career with Lily Jones
Jan 25, 2024 Season 3 Episode 14
Jen Rafferty

Are you struggling with teacher burnout and longing to rediscover the joy and purpose in your teaching career?


You're not alone, and there's a path forward to help you find that fulfillment again.


Join us in today’s episode where I am joined by Lily Jones, the founder of Educator Forever. 


Lily shares her journey and experiences, guiding us through the importance of reconnecting with our 'why' – the core reason that drew us to teaching and how this can transform stress into a source of strength and joy. 


We explore essential strategies for teacher well-being, emphasizing the importance of self-care and professional development in creating a more sustainable and fulfilling teaching experience.


We also tackle the myth that hard work and joy can't coexist in the teaching profession and the needed change in the education system.


Tune in to learn simple ways to bring back your love for teaching and see your work in a happier, new way.



Stay empowered,
Jen


Let’s keep the conversation going! Find me at:
Jen Rafferty | Instagram, YouTube, Facebook | Linktree
Instagram: @jenrafferty_
Facebook: Empowered Educator Faculty Room




About Lily:

Lily Jones is the founder of Educator Forever, where she empowers teachers to expand their impact beyond the classroom, and Educator Forever Agency, where she works with a team of educators to create inspiring curricula.  Holding an MA in Education from UC Berkeley, Lily spent seven inspiring and exhausting years as a kindergarten and first-grade teacher, then left the classroom to work as a curriculum designer, instructional coach, and education consultant. In everything she does, Lily hopes to support kids to love learning and teachers to love teaching. 


Connect with Lily:

Website: educatorforever.com

IG: @educatorforever

FB: Educator Forever


Show Notes

Are you struggling with teacher burnout and longing to rediscover the joy and purpose in your teaching career?


You're not alone, and there's a path forward to help you find that fulfillment again.


Join us in today’s episode where I am joined by Lily Jones, the founder of Educator Forever. 


Lily shares her journey and experiences, guiding us through the importance of reconnecting with our 'why' – the core reason that drew us to teaching and how this can transform stress into a source of strength and joy. 


We explore essential strategies for teacher well-being, emphasizing the importance of self-care and professional development in creating a more sustainable and fulfilling teaching experience.


We also tackle the myth that hard work and joy can't coexist in the teaching profession and the needed change in the education system.


Tune in to learn simple ways to bring back your love for teaching and see your work in a happier, new way.



Stay empowered,
Jen


Let’s keep the conversation going! Find me at:
Jen Rafferty | Instagram, YouTube, Facebook | Linktree
Instagram: @jenrafferty_
Facebook: Empowered Educator Faculty Room




About Lily:

Lily Jones is the founder of Educator Forever, where she empowers teachers to expand their impact beyond the classroom, and Educator Forever Agency, where she works with a team of educators to create inspiring curricula.  Holding an MA in Education from UC Berkeley, Lily spent seven inspiring and exhausting years as a kindergarten and first-grade teacher, then left the classroom to work as a curriculum designer, instructional coach, and education consultant. In everything she does, Lily hopes to support kids to love learning and teachers to love teaching. 


Connect with Lily:

Website: educatorforever.com

IG: @educatorforever

FB: Educator Forever