97: Change your Classroom Mirror

The end of the year doesn’t have to be dreaded by students and teachers alike. It can be positive and loads of fun with the right perspective. As adults we can unknowingly convey our attitudes to young minds, exposing them to stress they don’t need to be privy to yet. Tune in to hear what frustrated, overworked educators can do to protect their students from experiencing adult stressors.

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  • Protect your students from your adult stressors
  • We are appointed to breathe life into our future
  • If are so consumed with just surviving we aren’t inspiring them to new heights- we are putting a ceiling on their growth
  • They will rise if you rise

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I am an educator of almost a decade, passionate about cultivating talent in aspiring and new teachers through practical tips and strategies. My blog, book, and podcast are geared towards empowering teachers to enter the profession and stay there due to the advice and encouragement I provide. We have a real need in our nation for strong leaders in classrooms, and I believe its my calling and duty to coach teachers to achieve and maintain best teaching practices in order to drive the growth and success of our students in and outside the classroom.