The Teacher’s Mentor

Do you lie awake at night, wondering how you are going to make it through another day?

Are you searching for answers for how to do more than just survive until the end of the day?

Are you willing to invest the time, energy and resources to reclaim your vocation, and to know that the joy of who you are is, indeed, a gift to the world?

My passion and my work for the past ten years has been to serve as a mentor and consultant for teachers, principals and school administrators across the country. I am armed with listening ears, diagnostic tools, data-based decision-making processes, structure and a deeply-felt sense of responsibility to solving my clients’ challenges.

At Lynette B. Relyea & Associates, we help you move past the stuff that gets in the way of loving what you do, allowing you to move from disillusionment with your career choice in education to knowing that you are truly fulfilling your calling.

Book cover: Reclaim the Joy of Teaching

Reclaim the Joy of Teaching

Here’s How to Fall in Love with Teaching All Over Again …

Finally! A book for teachers who are committed to making a difference in the classroom but are feeling disillusioned and questioning their calling.

Imagine what it would be like to have a plan for your own personal and professional development and, at the same time, develop a plan to understand the people with whom you work.

This isn’t about putting on a happy face on the outside but feeling miserable on the inside. This is about having an increased awareness of your calling to be a teacher and being able to lay your head on your pillow at the end of the day, knowing that you made a difference and that you handled today’s challenges in keeping with your deepest values.

Now you can create a plan to handle those challenges that keep you awake at night. This book is the beginning of the process of reconnecting and falling in love all over again with teaching.

Always the beautiful answer who asks a more beautiful question. –e.e. cummings

Many “experts” in education haven’t been in a classroom in years. I have been a student and teacher all my life. Like you, over the years, I crossed the bridge between having the education courses and theories required to teach, and the reality of teaching in a classroom.

Reclaim the Joy of Teaching: The Workshop: Your 7-Step Plan of Action for Falling in Love All Over Again with Teaching

Teaching used to be fun. Now you dread the thought of another day of the same old pressures, conflicts, slights, put-downs. You’re just plain tired of it all. You’re about ready to call it quits.

Your colleagues and students probably didn’t wake up this morning and ask how they could make your life miserable. But you couldn’t prove that by you!

Life is too short, and there is no need to spend one more miserable school day.

Imagine creating a plan so that you can love what you live. Not just fix what’s not working, but create something better. A better work environment. Better ways to communicate. Better ways to handle conflict. Better ways to handle stress. Better way to pick your battles. A better you.

Teacher, you are an agent of change. That’s why you became a teacher. Join the movement today. When you remember your calling, you can reclaim the joy.