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3 Easy Steps to Change this Month from Frustration to Joy 2. Set, know, and honor your boundaries. Example – Teachers feel the pressure of being in a heart-centered business. “If I was a great teacher, I’d be available 24-7 for parents, school, anyone who needs me…” This is a lie. Your life is YOURS.
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Preparations for the end of the school year often cause teachers to start looking for change in their lives. We get antsy – often due to the fact that we are tired. This brings the old “grass is greener somewhere else” feeling into play. If that feeling doesn’t come home to nest with you, then
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.
Why do we mark holidays, anniversaries, birthdays… as important? More importantly, HOW do you mark them? For instance, how did you mark the New Year? In your Zap of Wynn (the video at the bottom of this page) today, I will give you three questions to ask yourself that will make a big difference in
No one cares how much you know, until they know how much you care. Have you purposefully invested in caring about your students so they’ll care what you know? In today’s Zap of Wynn, we look at building productive relationships with your students that make an impact for the long run. Be sure to leave
What does your classroom say about the academic expectations you hold for your students? Today we examine three questions that will help you purposefully establish your academic tone. Let’s face it, whether you set your tone by design or default, you set one. This week I’ll help you get the tone right by design. Enjoy
Welcome to this week’s Zap of Wynn. Today we get back to teaching the way we planned. You planned to be fabulous. You planned to change the world through your work. You planned to make a difference. Right? Of course you did. I know you certainly didn’t plan to get off track. I know you
Earlier this month, I traveled to Murfreesboro, Tennessee to train three groups of teachers. I spent the days training awesome groups of k, 1, 2, and special education teachers. LOVED IT! But each evening as I returned to my hotel room, I found myself working until midnight. UGH! On the second night, I commented to my husband,