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Which kind of leader are you? In his book, Leadership Gold, John Maxwell says, “Most leaders naturally fall into either the climber or the connector camp. They are either highly positional or highly relational.” Over the next few blog posts we’ll examine the characteristics of each- mind you neither is better than the other. You actually
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This week some of my long-held beliefs were tested. Initially, I was uncomfortable with the challenge. I felt my protective walls being raised and my focus narrowing. But then, I stopped for a moment and leaned on one of my all-time favorite phrases. It became my mantra for the week and what a powerful difference
In the spirit of spring and the opportunity to shed the old and start fresh, your Zap of Wynn this week offers you an experiment you can do to build a new confidence in your teaching. This confidence is not just a feeling of, “yeah, I teach;” rather it is the assurance that teaching according to your beliefs is enough for your students and you do not have to fall victim to insecurities around standardized testing.
This time of year, I see so much over teaching. In talking with teachers I hear the concern in their voices and their words let me know it is the looming benchmarks and tests that have them over teaching. No matter what grade you teach, you feel it in the air- the last push
Teaching is a consistent high-intensity job. Interactions with students, parents, administrators, colleagues, community members, lesson preparation, materials preparation and the like make for exhausting days and evenings. As a teacher you must be aware of things that require high level intensity from you and the things that take a toll on you. Then, you must
Using Authenticity, Specificity, and Positivity to Your Benefit Thanks for taking a moment to check out this week’s Zap of Wynn. Today we focus on building and solidifying your reputation as a great teacher. I’ve seen many teachers spared the respect they deserved because they didn’t attend to this one aspect of the job with