How to Maintain Healthy Emotional Boundaries in the Classroom

by Amanda Eidinger I probably don’t have to tell you that, as much as we love doing it, teaching can be physically, mentally, and emotionally exhausting work. By the time I get home from a day of teaching and office hours, I tend to feel completely wrung out. There is a lot of pressure on faculty, especially on women, gender expansive, and racialized sessional instructors, to be responsive and attentive to students’ needs. What’s more, as sessional instructors, we often lack the institutional support that we need to take on these additional expectations. So while I am wholeheartedly in favor of an educational […]
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