About the Author

Jessica Honard is a speaker and writer, advocating for introverted educators and entrepreneurs. She is the author of Introversion in the Classroom: How to Avoid Burnout and Encourage Success and the founder of The Adaptive Introvert, a community that’s all about honoring introversion in high-energy fields.

7 Survival Strategies for the Introverted Teacher

Clinically Reviewed by Steven Melendy, PsyD. on March 21, 2016

While all educators are susceptible to burnout, the introverted teacher is fighting a unique battle. They are willingly immersing themselves in an environment designed to exhaust themselves.

As an introverted teacher, I quickly realized I was in over my head. It wasn’t the teaching itself that really got to me; it was the constant external stimulation that accompanies the world of education. Between busy hallways, loud noises, and bright lights I would, inevitably, be left utterly exhausted by mid-week.

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