Curbing Art Teacher Burnout

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Introduction 2:06

Engaging with Students and Staff

Set Expectations for How You Want to Be Treated 4:29

Easy Ways to Get to Know Your Students 5:18

Connecting with Other Staff Members 4:28

Making Your Own Art

Finding Time to Create 3:44

Learning a New Medium 2:40

Feed Your Other Passions 1:49

Leaving Work at Work

Tips for Expediting Grading 7:04

Learn to Prep Materials More Efficiently 3:11

Flipping Lessons to Save Time 2:45

Learning to Say No

Use Planning Time for Your Class 2:45

Setting Priorities for Planning Time 4:11

Working with Classroom Volunteers 3:32

Investing in Yourself

Eliminating Stressors 4:10

Exercising and Eating Right 2:50

Setting Goals


Conclusion 1:13

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Curbing Art Teacher Burnout

2 PD Hours

  • 1 Study simple methods for curbing typical art teacher burnout scenarios.

  • 2 Find ways to manage the ins and outs of teaching art, especially when the workload gets heavy.

  • 3 Learn strategies to implement immediately in your daily routines.

In this Learning Pack, discover simple steps and routines to keep yourself feeling energized throughout the school year. Learn effortless strategies for expediting your grading and whittling down your to-do list with efficient prepping and flipped classroom content. Find tried-and-true ways to connect with students and staff members alike with methods presented in this Pack. Finally, finish with ideas for investing in yourself with goal-setting and learning to say, “no,” when work gets to be too much!

Connected Professional Art Educator Competencies
Professional Practice
6.1 Demonstrates reflective practice
6.2 Adds value to team and school culture
6.3 Interacts with other professional educators

Professional Learning
6.4 Approaches professional development with enthusiasm and an open mind
6.5 Actively searches for new professional development opportunities

Timothy Bogatz

Timothy Bogatz

Events Director

Tim is the Events Director for the Art of Ed, and previously worked as an AOE writer and graduate instructor. Before working for AOE, Tim taught high school art for 14 years in Omaha, Nebraska. As a teacher, he focused on creativity, problem solving, and higher order thinking skills, using Drawing, Painting, Photography, Sculpture, Ceramics, and whatever other materials might be available.


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