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TBE #031: How to have an Intentional Start to the School Year

In this week’s The Balanced Educator Podcast, we’re talking about how to have an intentional start to the school year.

It’s really important to ask ourselves what impact we want to have to help us choose some concrete goals for the school year.

We walk you through how we did the goal-setting process in our business for the year and how you can do the same as a teacher.

Every time we say yes to something, we are saying no to something else. We have to choose how we spend our time in a way that contributes to our goals and values. When we’ve established our goals it’s easier to be more intentional with our time!

Since we’ve gone through this process, we’re seeing a lot more progress in our business – we hope it will have the same impact for all of you wonderful listeners!

If your goals are around mental health, social-emotional development, self-regulation or having a calm classroom, you won’t want to miss our free online workshop coming up at the end of the month: Teachers: Say goodbye to meltdowns and say hello to self-regulation! 5 steps to starting a mindfulness practice in your classroom with success.

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