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How Should a Teacher Relax in his/her Classroom

Posted on: September 30, 2009


I bought an electric water kettle 2 days ago. It made my life so much easier. Since i don’t wake up without my coffee in the morning and since we teachers wake up so early, I choke while i drink my coffee so i won’t be late for school. It’s very important to take care of yourself. You should never neglect yourself.


– Relax and get enough rest Some people need eight hours of sleep a night. Others can function on six. Still others require nine or ten. Figure out how much rest your body needs, then plan your schedule accordingly.Tired teachers tend to be grouchy teachers. Tired teachers tend to be ineffective teachers. And tired teachers tend to become sick teachers.


Keep the volume low. This means you should still have the ability to speak at a conversational level without raising your voice. The music should be in the background creating a filter for unwanted noise in the classroom throughout the day. This creates the body relaxed, mind alert state.

For a break after 45 minutes or more of studying, you may increase the volume a bit so that students may listen for a few minutes to the music.


Bring fruits with you like an apple or a banana. Prepare sandwiches a night before and put it in a plastic bag and drink juice. In your cabinet always keep biscuits or crackers and small snacks because sometimes (speaking from experience) we run late and we have no time to prepare food ahead of time.




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