The Teach On, Teach Strong Podcast has been helping teachers like you with personal character development, mindset, wellbeing and productivity for 100 episodes! This is going to be a special episode as we reflect on what we’ve discussed this past year and highlight some of the most popular posts that you have found most valuable so far. If you’re new, this is going to be ideal to help you navigate your way through the previous 100 episodes and if you’ve been here from the beginning, it’s great way to review what we’ve discussed and learnt so far!
What do you do when you feel like you’re starting to feel like what you’re doing doesn’t matter and you’re starting to feel negatively towards teaching? Firstly, don’t panic, this happens to the best of us and I have some words of encouragement and advice for whenever those feelings start to come your way, so keep listening to hear more!
Are you finding yourself feeling overwhelmed and exhausted already, even though it’s only the start of a new school year? Sounds about right, that’s teaching for you! But there are some ways you can learn to keep on top of these feelings and feel back in control. Keep listening to find out how!
What do you do when you’re having to work with other colleagues who have a very different style to you and no matter how much you try, you just can’t seem to work with them? Listen to this episode to find out!
Habits are hard to make and easy to break, yet we are what we repeatedly do so what kind of good or bad habits are you getting into and are they making you become the kind of person you want to be? Listen to this quick burst of inspiration to help you think about who you want to be and how you can ensure you become that person through your habits and choices.
Ever feel overwhelmed with all the resources you have to organise and store? Well that feeling can be exasperated when it comes to changing what you teach, whether that’s subjects or grade levels. There are some tips and tricks to making the transition smooth and keeping your resources organised, so stay tuned to find out more!
As teachers, we can be so hard on ourselves and if we’re not careful, we can let a mistake turn into a stick we use to beat ourselves up with which ends up destroying our self-confidence and esteem. We’ve all suffered from the “shoulda, woulda, coulda” curse, right? The key to getting over mistakes is all to do with self-forgiveness which can be achieved with one beautiful phrase.
Do you show yourself the same care and love that you show your students or loved ones? Many teachers struggle with this as we give so much to everyone else we feel there isn’t enough left for ourselves at the end of the day. But it doesn’t have to be all or nothing - keep listening to today’s episode to learn more!
Have you already started the school year feeling like you’re behind, swamped and overwhelmed? Are you tempted to succumb to the feelings you’re having that if you start behind then you may as well remain behind as it’s too late to catch up now? This quick quote will help you adjust your mindset and see things in a different way to ensure that you finish the year right, even if you don’t feel like you’re ahead yet!
Do you ever feel like you’re trying to do so many things that you always feel like you’re chasing your tail trying to keep up? There is just always so much to do as a teacher, so in this episode we’re going to be talking all about practical things you can do to get ahead and save yourself some time in the long run!
Your time is the most valuable resource you have because once it’s gone, you can’t ever get it back. Now be honest with yourself, how much of it are you wasting? In this episode we’re going to touch on how investing in organising can “earn” or save you time in the long run.
How do you know if you’re super organised? Is a perfect classroom? A pretty planner? So many to do lists? A fancy digital system that syncs your phone with your laptop and Google Classroom? They might be systems for organisation but they are not signs of being organised. If you have ever struggled with being organised and wondered how those other people do it, I’ll give you a hint, it’s nothing to do with being naturally born with the organisation gene. Listen in as you are going to get so much value from this episode!
Are you feeling like you’re in a rut? Are you itching to do something new but are afraid of taking on extra responsibilities and challenges? This episode will help you out!
Are you working with some difficult people at school? Are they making your life miserable? Are they being unreasonable and setting you up to fail? Are you a loss of what to do? You have more control than you might think you do. Keep listening to learn how to deal with workplace bullies.
Have you been having too many bad days for your liking? If you want to know how you can change that without needing to quit your job completely, keep listening!
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The Teach On, Teach Strong Podcast is all about providing FREE personal development for teachers!
Firstly let's put this out there:
I am not a guru. I am not a life coach. I AM A TEACHER just like you - sharing lessons I am learning in my teaching journey.
Why I started this podcast: Success can be broken down into 20% skill and 80% mindset. We have plenty of support for professional development (20% skill) but I've found that support for personal development (80% mindset), is lacking for us teachers - UNTIL NOW!
This podcast is a movement I've started to support teachers, and my sole aim is to help you succeed in teaching by developing your personal mindset, so you can be the best teacher you can be!
Tune in every Sunday and Wednesday, and listen to a fellow teacher, who still teaches full time just like you, share with you free personal development tools to enable you to teach on and teach strong every day, and continue to make a difference to the lives of young children.