About Betsy Burris, Ph.D.
Betsy Burris is founder of Teaching through Emotions (teachingthroughemotions.com), an organization that supports teachers not just in surviving their toughest emotions about teaching but in turning those emotions into effective, rewarding, and sustainable teaching and learning experiences. She works with teachers at all levels, pre-school through grad school, individually and in small support groups. She has written a book about this work called The Feeling of Teaching: Using Emotions and Relationships to Transform the Classroom. She has a PhD in Education from Stanford University and a MSW from Smith College. She is a teacher, teacher educator, instructional designer, and psychotherapist.
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Contact Betsy through her website: www.teachingthroughemotions.com
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