The Surprising Science of Project Fatigue (And How Teachers Can Help Prevent It)

The Surprising Science of Project Fatigue (And How Teachers Can Help Prevent It)

My students (pre-service teachers who will be graduating in late April) walk into the room ready to move into a workshopping phase in their action research projects. However, instead of an open-ended project workshop time, I give them a warm-up question: What does it mean to find balance? For the next hour, we have a Socratic seminar, followed by a discussion of practical strategies for avoiding burnout.

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