Being a special education teacher can be incredibly rewarding, but it can also be challenging. If you're feeling overwhelmed, know that you're not alone—many special education teachers feel the same way.
I recently read a study that suggested approximately 50 percent of a special educator's workday is devoted to paperwork. My very first thought was – 50 percent? How about 70, 80, or 90?
And it's not just the paperwork. It's the meetings, the emails, the calls to assist – which of course we WANT to do, but we simply can't do it all.
Who's ready to set some boundaries? 🙋♀️
Not the – I've reached my limit and can't take it anymore boundaries – but instead taking intentional action steps towards delegating tasks and letting go of the things that are out of our control.
Here's a free special education checklist to get you started! Click the picture to download.
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