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How many decisions does a teacher make each day?
Teachers make 1500 decisions a day!
According to a TeacherThought, teachers make more than four decisions every minute. That means teachers are making 240 decisions every hour. It's mind blowing—literally.
This kind of decision making can cause overwhelming exhaustion and answer overload. Edutopia refers to this as "decision fatigue."
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How can teachers avoid decision fatigue?
Set a goal to make fewer decisions. When possible try to:
Defer to a colleague
Allow for student choice activities
Establish routines that eliminate the need for minute-by-minute decision making
Ask friends and family members to make decisions outside of school
If you are a quality educator hoping to stay in the field, it is important to do everything you can to protect your mental health and avoid burnout.
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