The end of the school year is a stressful time of year. As the temperature rises, my students' attention spans go out the window. As I make one last push for final exam preparations, they are making putting up their best defense against any form of work. The tension between what I, as the teacher, want to get done and what they, as students, are willing to do can be too frustrating to handle. What do you do to avoid burnout at the end of the year?
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