What’s the Most Common Trigger for Teachers?

Watch this Video to Find Out

Professor Schwartz
2 min readSep 8


I’ve been running workshops and certified PD sessions for over a decade and the number one common trigger for teachers is the topic of this article and video.

I love when you can integrate your social media accounts together, so rather than you read what this trigger is, how bout you listen to what I have to say in this video. After the video, I have more to share.

Thank You For Watching

I don’t like to see teachers get bent out of shape. In fact, it frustrates me when teachers dig in their heels and act stubborn for one reason — they don’t know what else to do.

That’s one of the reasons why I developed the Teacher Development Program. This program helps teachers beat teacher isolation, burnout and also lack of support inside the classroom.

What you don’t know is that this program has been around since 2009 and you also might not know that nearly 5,000 educators have already joined and benefitted from this groundbreaking teacher support.

But here’s something else you should know. The K12 system knows this program exists and they choose not to promote it to teachers. That’s right, they know this program puts a stop to teachers quitting the profession, but they don’t want to stop teachers from doing that.

Therefore, the only way for teachers to get help is for other people to share this information with them. That means you!!

If you’re not a teacher, would you please help me, help teachers:

  1. Hit the “clap” button
  2. Leave a comment or question
  3. Share this post with other people
  4. Follow the link

Anyone that follows the link will go directly to my online school called Leaf Academy and the Teacher Development Program. This is a 10 month program that provides support to teachers.

That means, 100% support on Day One and 100% support in June.

You can learn more about the amazing benefits of this program by following the link above. Please help a teacher today — they need it and they deserve more support and respect.

Thank you for all your help.



Professor Schwartz

Performance Coach | Published Author | Recognized 21st Century Expert Educator. For more info: https://leafacademy.org