Education from a Different Perspective
Everything you need to know as an educator about developing confident, self-motivated children
One of the roles of a teacher is to cover a curriculum. Unfortunately, there are a lot of underlying factors that come into play beyond their control that influences this outcome. It would be easy if all children came to school happy; their needs met at home and ready and open to learning. But as we know, that is often not the case. Learning how to bridge that gap, but not take responsibility for, and support children enables them to be open to learning. There is a lot you can do in your daily interactions with them which will support you in achieving your outcome.
Parents and teachers are the biggest influences of children’s lives and understanding your influence as a teacher can make a huge impact on their lives.
Learn how to:
- Influence children regardless of what is happening at home
- Implement discipline strategies that last even when they are not implemented at home
- Handle parents and their perspectives effectively
- Help support children when their parents are going through a divorce
A teacher’s role can be difficult as they are not the primary influencer of children. Taking time to take care of yourself and listen to your stress and needs is the first step to being a good teacher. It is not just about the children.
Contact Gail at [email protected] to book a workshop or talk designed to support your teachers just the way they need it