We’ve all been on a bad team.
A team where mistakes are laughed at or shrugged off. “Not my problem.”
A team where dropping the ball is no big deal. Where mailing it in becomes normal and every student gets a B+ rather than helpful critiques of their work. Where isolation creeps in, making the classroom feel like an island on which you are the prey.
It’s not fun to come into work feeling like people don’t have your back, that success is out of reach and likely won’t be celebrated, or to be disconnected from your leaders and the direction they seem to be headed. Most educators have found themselves in one, or perhaps all, of those situations at some point or another.
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