Writing Your IEP for Stress Management


In this episode of Research2Practice, Brandi Ansley joins us to talk about the importance of stress management for teachers. Stress affects your body, your job performance, and the learning outcomes of your students, so listen as Brandi describes how you can implement a Self-directed Stress Management Plan that will benefit you and your students.

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About the guest
Brandi Ansley is a researcher at Georgia State University College of Education. She also conducts workshops for Atlanta area educators on topics such as stress management, interpersonal communication, and social-emotional skills. She co-authored a recent article in TEACHING Exceptional Children entitled, “Optimizing Special Educator Wellness and Job Performance Through Stress Management.”

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