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Cultivating Confidence in the Classroom

The Transformed Teacher Podcast

Two experienced, accomplished educators and experts on teacher self-care reveal their secrets and wisdom around cultivating confidence as a teacher. 

Self-Care & Credibility

The Credible Teacher Podcast

Alexis shares her insights on how honesty and transparency (among other things) have helped her not only take better care of herself but also become more credible along the way.

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Make Self-Care A Priority

The Dr. Will Show Podcast

On this episode, Dr. Will and  Alexis Shepard  chat about self-care and her journey to putting herself first.

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Improving Teacher Wellness & Outlook

The Teacher Better Podcast

On this episode, Alexis Shepard chats about creating pervasive perceptions of wellness that will improve teacher outlook and sustainability.

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Improving Teacher Wellness & Outlook

The Teacher Better Podcast

On this episode, Alexis Shepard chats about creating pervasive perceptions of wellness that will improve teacher outlook and sustainability.

Kids First to Me First

The Dr. Will Show Podcast

On this episode, Dr. Will zooms in with Alexis Shepard to chat about self-care and her journey to putting herself first. 

The "Good Teacher" Narrative

The Burned In Teacher Podcast

Alexis Shepard is an 8th-year teacher . Experience with burn out early in her career led to the creation of The AfroEducator, where she strives to empower teachers to challenge the good teacher narrative.

Battling Burnout & Winning

Mindful Living with Athea Davis

Alexis shares her story from burn-out to wellness advocate wit Athea Davis.

How to Keep New Teachers

Alexis, also known as The AfroEducator

Mrs.C and Alexis discuss the challenges of being a new teacher when rates of burn-out are high among teachers.

First Steps to Systemic Change

Alexis discusses the first steps to creating systemic change for the teaching profession. Though our burnout is not our fault, it is our responsibility to ensure we are taking the necessary steps to understand that we often play a role in our burnout when we perpetuate harmful narratives.

The Principal Paradigm

Alexis discusses the the root of the teacher/administrator relationship and it's affects on teaching profession

Cultivating Cultures of Wellness

Alexis discusses the first steps to creating systemic change for the teaching profession. Though our burnout is not our fault, it is our responsibility to ensure we are taking the necessary steps to understand that we often play a role in our burnout when we perpetuate harmful narratives.