Teacher Burnout- Symptoms, Causes, and Strategies to Prevent It

There are several things that you can do to prevent teacher burnout, including setting realistic goals, taking breaks, and seeking support from others. If you are already experiencing teacher burnout, it is important to seek help and make positive changes in your life. 

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