Finally, insight into the mind of an overachiever. Why do they push themselves to the max? Are they trying to make you look bad? Perhaps, it has nothing to do with you at all. Perhaps they are only in competition with themselves to do better, calm their anxieties, and make up for their own inadequacies. Should we try to help them, or be inspired by all of their efforts?
When teachers do not work together, it causes a broken system, with little collaboration, and zero partnerships. This harms the students and the school system. Here, you will find ways to work around these issues and how to prevent them in the first place.
Teachers are supposed to empower and motivate one another in order to help improve the school as a whole. But sometimes, teacher identity and the struggle for recognition within the system gets in the way, pinning teachers against one another and creating a hostile environment.
If you feel as though one or multiple teachers in your school are constantly trying to belittle your achievements or make themselves stand out above the rest, you are not alone. This article serves to provide ways to deal with those "overachievers" in the school system, and reminds you that sometimes you need to take a step back to realize that their accomplishments have nothing to do with your own efforts and achievements. So take a deep breath and move on.
One in three teachers say they have been bullied at work! This article serves to help you determine whether you are being bullied by other teachers in the workplace and examples of others who are experiencing the same. There is a fine line between being a go-getter at work, and putting others down to achieve what you want.