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Episode 5 | What does it mean to be a resilient teacher? with Dr Steph Ainsworth 

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Alistair BryceClegg is joined by Steph Ainsworth, an education researcher and teacher educator. In this episode, they delve into the topic of what it means to be a resilient teacher.  

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The conversation underscores the idea that it’s normal for people to have ups and downs, it’s all about giving them the skills to handle it. Whether it’s helping with prioritisation of tasks, removing unnecessary work, or setting clear boundaries – resilience is all about putting these various strategies into place.  

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