Throughout the course, Mike and Jason discuss the common challenges and stressors faced by teachers at different stages of their careers and offer strategies and tips for dealing with them. They also share their own experiences and insights on the importance of finding purpose and joy in the teaching profession and encourage teachers to seek out support and collaboration with their colleagues.
- Understand the different stages of a teaching career and how they can be compared to training for a marathon
- Learn about the common challenges and stressors faced by teachers at different stages of their careers
- Explore strategies and tips for dealing with these challenges and preventing burnout
- Find ways to refresh and reinvigorate your teaching career
- Discover the importance of finding purpose and joy in the teaching profession
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Whether speaking in front of thousands of people or coaching a client one-on-one, Jason Freeman has a unique gift to both inspire and guide his audience to recognize the best within themselves and take a step closer toward the goals and dreams they desire.
Aided by a speech impediment, Jason exemplifies the awesome possibility of turning limitations into leverage that, with persistence, can turn defeat into triumph. He has shared the stage with well-known speakers in business, education and (dis)ABILITY communities around the country and would love to help you or your audience make their goals actionable and attainable.
Mike Crabtree has gained a wealth of professional experiences and insights that he now shares with others through his consulting venture. He concluded a 30-year career in Blount County Schools – nestled between Knoxville, TN, and the Great Smoky Mountains.
Over the years, he has served as a Gifted teacher and a Special Education and Title Administrator. He spent five years as an Assistant Director of Schools and over 20 years as a building-level administrator, including many as a middle school Principal.
Mike is a first-generation college graduate from a rural, working-class factory town. His early years and professional career have also given him experiences and a passion for working with the economically disadvantaged. His accent is authentic, by the way.