Affirmations For Teachers [25 Amazing Examples]

25 Affirmations for Teachers: A Guide to Using Affirmations in the Classroom

Teachers, do you want to start your school year feeling refreshed and motivated? Do you want to feel more confident in your teaching abilities throughout the entire year? If so, then you should start using affirmations for teachers. Affirmations are positive statements that can help change our thoughts and emotions for the better. In this blog post, we will discuss how affirmations can be used specifically for a teacher, and we will provide 25 example affirmations teachers can start using right now. Let’s get started!

Being a teacher is one of the most selfless professions a person can undertake, so let me start this article off by saying “thank you”.  Thank you to all of the teachers out there who are making a difference in the lives of their students. I know that it is not always an easy job, but it is definitely a rewarding one. Now let’s get started on discussing affirmations for teachers and how they can be used in the classroom!

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What are affirmations for teachers?

As I mentioned before, affirmations are positive statements that can help change our thoughts and emotions for the better. In other words, affirmations are like a reset button for our mind. They can help us to focus on the positive aspects of our lives and they can help to increase our feelings of self-worth and confidence. And who could use a “reset button” more than a teacher? Studies show that 77% of teachers regularly feel stressed out and overwhelmed. That is a very high percentage, and it’s no wonder why. Teachers are constantly being pulled in multiple directions and they are expected to be experts in everything. It’s a lot of pressure! But using affirmations can help to ease some of that pressure by helping us focus on the positive aspects of our lives and our jobs.

The benefits of using affirmations in the classroom

There are many benefits to using affirmations in the classroom, both for the teacher and for the students. Some of the benefits of using affirmations in the classroom include:

– improved focus and concentration

– increased self-esteem and confidence

– reduced stress levels

– improved relationships with students and colleagues

– increased creativity

– improved mental and emotional well-being

– helping you reach that “next gear” when you are feeling exhausted

These powerful words of positivity (affirmations) can be like an ace up your sleeve, ready to be used whenever you need them. Trust me, we know there will be days when you need them!

25 example affirmations for teachers to start using right now

If you are ready to start using affirmations in your classroom, then here are 25 example affirmations that you can start using right now. Remember, it is important to customize these affirmations to fit your own needs and beliefs. Make them your own!

“I am a great teacher and I make a positive difference in the lives of my students.”

“I have all of the knowledge and resources that I need to be successful.”

“I am calm, patient, and collected when teaching my students.”

“My students are engaged and enthusiastic learners.”

“I create a safe and supportive learning environment for all of my students.”

“I am confident in my abilities as a teacher.”

“I am flexible and adaptable to change.”

“I easily handle any challenges that come my way.”


“I am grateful for my job as a teacher.”

“I make learning fun for my students.”

“My students are successful in everything they do.”

“I am respected by my students and colleagues.”

“My students love coming to school.”

“I have a positive impact on my students’ lives.”

“I make a difference in the world through my teaching.”

“I inspire others with my passion for teaching.”

“My work as a teacher is valuable and important.”

“I am making a positive difference in my students’ lives.”

“I am grateful for my wonderful students.”

“My students are happy, engaged, and excited to learn.”

“Teaching is my passion and I love what I do.”

“I feel supported by my colleagues and administrators.”

“I have everything I need to be a successful teacher.”

“I am appreciated for the work that I do.”

“I make learning enjoyable and engaging for my students.”

“My students are confident and capable learners.”

While we think these affirmations are pretty darn powerful, be sure to tweak them a little to your specific needs. Remember, affirmations are most effective when they are personal to you. And don’t forget to say them out loud (or in your head) with conviction! We guarantee that if you do, you will start to see and feel some positive changes in your life as a teacher.

Finding time in your teaching schedule to do your affirmations for teachers:

If you are like most teachers, then you are probably thinking that you don’t have time to add anything else to your already full schedule. But the great thing about affirmations is that they can be done anytime and anywhere. You can do them while you are readying your classroom in the morning, during your lunch break, or even right before during a bathroom/coffee break. Basically, anytime that you have a few spare moments, you can do your affirmations. And the more you do them, the easier they will become. Try to find a quiet place you can spend just a few minutes each day to do your affirmations. We promise it will be worth it!

Closing words

We hope that this guide to using affirmations as a teacher has inspired you to give them a try. Remember, they are a powerful tool that can help you reduce stress, improve your mental and emotional well-being, and increase your overall success as a teacher. So what are you waiting for? Start using affirmations today! And thank you for all that you do for our young learners.

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Written by Kristen Michelle

Kristen Michelle is an editor by trade and a writer by hobby. With a masters in literacy and a passion for new age topics, she enjoys sharing her knowledge with well researched and articulated articles.


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