Ever wondered why you feel like you're being pushed to your limits as a teacher? Do you ever feel like you seem to be having a harder time than those around you? It's likely because it's for a very good and exciting reason! Listen on to hear how in a flash, you can shift your mindset to get you through the challenging times.
In this episode, I discuss the reality of failure. There is such a stigma around failure and our initial reaction is to think it's a bad thing, but actually it's a crucial element of growth and improvement that we shouldn't be afraid of. As teachers, we often feel like we are "failing" a lot of the time due to the pressures and our own high standards. I share with you some ideas for how we can adjust our mindset as teachers of how we view and deal with failure.
Every Wednesday I'll share a "Quick Quote" to give you a mid week boost to keep you teaching strong until the weekend. Today's quote is all about those little things that seem insignificant at the time and people may even tease you about. In teaching, there are many "small things" that we do that people may wonder why you're doing them (laminating, wall displays, grading with stickers?!) But if these small steps are taking you closer towards your goal or mission, then keep going - even if no one else understands or appreciates you yet.
In this pilot episode, I introduce myself and talk you through my turbulent journey as a teacher. I share with you some personal stories of hardship and (many) tears shed during my time teaching in a very challenging school in London. Although I wanted to quit every day, with a little mindset shift I was able to see things differently.
Welcome to this brand new podcast for teachers! "Teach On, Teach Strong" is my way of giving back to the teaching community and doing what I can to support it at a time when morale and retention is at an all time low. It is my mission to help other teachers succeed and I believe a positive mindset is everything when it comes to success!
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The Teach On, Teach Strong Podcast is all about helping teachers achieve a positive mindset. 80% of success is attitude, yet most support for teachers is focused on the 20% that is skill.
This podcast aims to help you succeed in teaching with a “mindset reset” so you can continue sticking with it when times get tough, and be the best teacher you can be.
Tune in every Sunday and Wednesday, and listen to a fellow teacher, who still teaches full time too, share with you mindset tips to enable you to to teach on and teach strong every day, and continue to make a difference in this world.