Things are changing so fast in Education and it's hard to keep up
Right now, the usual education rug has been pulled right from under us. There’s a high chance that, when we meet again in Term 2, there will be no circle time on that rug and that the majority of our students will be in their own homes and not with us in our classrooms.
What, a few weeks ago, would have felt like an unrealistic, highly impossible task is not a top priority as teachers everywhere scramble to take learning out of their classrooms and into their students’ homes. The word “impossible” just doesn’t seem to be allowed and, now, more than ever, educators across the country (well… no actually, around the world) are feeling an immense amount of pressure to upskill and move forward into something that unclear and undefined. New territory for all us; students and teachers alike. Change is hard. Especially this rate of change!
Do you know what else Change is?
Change is also an opportunity for growth.
This episode is all about acknowledging that growth.
Right now, millions of educators all around the world are removing their perfectionist armour, entering the unknown and battling it out… TOGETHER.
Something amazing and powerful is happening not only for our profession but for you as an educator.
Can you feel it? Have you acknowledged it?
Tune in to connect with all of the good… no great stuff that’s happening to the teaching profession right now.
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Further Reading and Support
- #028: Teachers! It’s time to remove that perfectionist armour.
- #057: Lessons in Online Learning for Classroom Teachers
- #059: 5 Things to Consider When Working with Parents Online
- #060: Measuring Impact in Remote Learning Classrooms
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