114: Don’t Be A Pretender

Sometimes we feel as though we need to be the expert in everything and start pretending we have the knowledge and skills required to do it all. The fact is, it’s a sham. We are pretending and the ones who get hurt the most are the children. Tune in to hear how to stop being a pretender and empower yourself to be better without fear, embarrassment or worse, losing your job.

Quotables

  • [Teachers’] daily choices affect kids the most
  • Every moment is precious and we cant waste time thinking we will figure it out
  • Own your cards
  • The culture is so that we educators embrace what we don’t know energetically as we connect on a mission with other educators who are experts in those areas
  • We as educators have to do what we ask of our kids and keep seeking knowledge where we can
  • If your ego gets in the way your own learning suffers

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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.