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  • Writer's pictureHeather Brantley

Year End Burnout - Meet AI


As we approach the end of the school year and burnout looms, it’s important to remember that AI can be a valuable tool to help alleviate some of the stress. Instead of spending countless hours on tasks like test prep material, permission slips, parent emails, end of year activities, teachers can turn to AI powered platforms such as Canva, ChatGPT, Code Breaker Byte, and ClassMagic.co to streamline these tasks and save time. By using these tools, teachers can free up more time to focus on what really matters - connecting with their students and providing the best possible education.


Teachers often prioritize the well-bring of their students over their own, which also contributes to end year burn out. To prevent this, it is crucial for teachers to prioritize self care. Personally, I find that taking a few minutes during my conference time to step outside for sunshine and fresh air helps me to unplug and recharge. Even just a short break can boost my productivity when I return to my task. In addition, seeking support and self care strategies from colleagues can be beneficial, but it’s important to be mindful of conversations turning into a negative spiral. Remember to focus on the positive events happening in the classroom when the overwhelming task of year end activities begins to weigh you down.


End this school year on a high note by utilizing new tools that are designed to assist you, not add more work to your plate. Begin by creating a checklist of tasks and identifying which ones can be completed with the help of AI tools. If you are unsure of where to start, do not hesitate to ask AI platforms like Poe.com, ChatGPT, CodeBreaker Byte, Canva, and others for assistance. Never be afraid to reach out to colleagues who are already successfully using AI in their classroom for guidance and support. Once you experience the magic of AI you will understand how it is revolutionizing education.






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