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We are not indifferent toward our principals. We love them or we hate them. Teachers' feelings and thoughts are invisible, but they are real. The problem is that teachers are evaluated by their principals, but don't have a platform to evaluate the principal's performance. It's time to break that silence. If you could saying anything at all to your principal, anonymously and with no consequences, what would you say?
In this book:
- What teachers really want to say to their principals
- What teachers wish their principals would finally say
- 20 unique stories from all over the country
I asked 10 questions to 20 teachers from all over the USA. The results are poignant and compelling depictions of our life, our job, and what we really need from our administrators.
- Describe your journey to teaching.
- What do you love about teaching?
- What do you hate?
- What is your best moment as a teacher?
- What was your worst moment?
- Tell me about a time your principal really came through for you.
- Tell me about a time when your principal let you down.
- What would you like to say to your principal (if there were no consequences)?
- What do you wish
When Your Head Won’t Stop Thinking and Your Heart Won’t Stop Feeling
By: Julie Bacher
The breakup of a romantic relationship is one of the hardest experiences in our lifetimes. There is virtually no education on this subject, and before you know it, your life seems destroyed and you’re not sure what to do to fix it. This book incorporates Buddhist wisdom, advice, and personal anecdotes to begin to heal your heart and ease your suffering. It helps you to take a step back, reflect on the ever changing quality of being alive, and understand that because life is ever-moving; your heart will be whole again. Instead of living each day in the anguish of your misery, there are critical paths you can use to expedite your healing. If your heart is currently smashed into a thousand pieces, this book is the first step to putting it back together again, one piece at a time.
About the Author
Julie Bacher is a teacher and writer with an interest in Buddhism and spirituality. She has studied with such teachers as Tara Brach and Sarah Wiseman. Having never been good at popular things such as sports and dating, Bacher realized she excelled at something different altogether: the pep-talk. She could always make her friends feel better when they were feeling down. Growing up as a lesbian in rural Vermont in the 1970’s was not easy because she didn’t want to be gay. She wished very hard NOT to be, but that wish never came true. Struggling against reality is one of the most painful and confusing things a person can do. Julie Bacher uses this experience to help others feel better about who they are, and things that are happening that they have no control over. She lives with her partner in California.