Lunch breaks in the teaching professionare often spent supervising students or catching up on paperwork in your room.
But Janelle Cox, who is a seasoned elementary school educator based on the East Coast, today looks at five productive ideas for lunch break for those in the teaching profession.
Janelle’s piece is the centerpiece article on TeachHUB.com today, and in it she outlines a few suggestions on how you can spend your time on lunch break, including:
- Get up and Move
- Catch Up On Your Work
- And More!
Janelle sums up her article like this: “You have the ability to make your lunch break a time of the day that is productive for you. Whether it be eating outdoors, completing a Yoga sequence, helping students, or connecting with colleagues, it’s your time of the day to unwind and refresh.”
What do your lunch periods look like in the teaching profession? Do you get a choice or are you mandated to supervise students? Please share your thoughts and experiences in the comment section, we would love to hear what you have to say.
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