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The Edvocate Podcast, Episode 6: 8 Ways That Digital Age Teachers Avoid Burning Out
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Being a teacher is a tough job. So much so, many new teachers end up leaving the field within their first three years. To ensure that the next generation of students have qualified teachers, we must nip this phenomenon in the bud. In this episode, we will discuss 8 ways that digital age teachers avoid burning out.