Whether you like to admit it or not, if you aren’t enjoying the success you would like in your teaching career it almost certainly comes down to just ONE thing – a lack of confidence.
Now, I know that sounds like a sweeping statement but if you think about it, it makes sense. You see confidence allows us to be creative. It enables us to be bold, to stretch ourselves and make the kind of dramatic changes that make a real difference. Anyone can follow the herd but innovators need confidence.
Having confidence also means being able to manage disruptive students with a feeling of total control as opposed to uncertainty. Students respond more positively to a teacher who is in control than to one they feel can be controlled.
If you’d like to learn a tried and tested method to give your confidence a huge boost I’ve got some great news. On 18th January my colleague Andy Vass, one of the UK’s leading education consultants, will be presenting a free webinar: “How to become a more confident teacher in 1 hour“.
During this exciting call Andy will share some cutting edge techniques which you can take away and use in all areas of your life – not just in the classroom – and you’re invited to join us.
If you’d like to know more here’s the link again:
Hope to ‘see’ you there…