Teachers Are Leaders! As a result, the purpose of The Marvin Byrd Show (TMBS) is to equip teachers with the knowledge and skills they need to lead in the classroom.
How to raise student self expectations pt. 2
How students view themselves shapes their expectations. For example, if a student looks in the mirror and sees someone who "isn't good at school" it is difficult for them to outperform that picture. To help students raise their expectation, they need to shift their self-image so that they can see themselves putting in the work and achieving great results.
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How to raise student self expectations pt. 1
You have high expectations for ALL of your students. How do you encourage students to have high expectations of themselves? Students who have high expectations need less prompting and are likely to persist through challenges. As a leader, you can help students raise their expectations which causes them to engage more and achieve more.
How to respond to student apathy pt. 3
Student apathy needs to be responded to with direct action. In this episode of TMBS, I share strategies to help students maintain their focus on the WHY of education. These strategies can also help keep student mindset focused on growth.
How to respond to student apathy 2
In this episode of #TMBS, I give some tips to further combat student apathy by adding some feeling.
How to respond to student apathy pt. 1
Combating student apathy is not an easy job. In this episode, I begin a series sharing tips that teachers can use to help students overcome apathy and engage.
How to develop mentally tough students pt. 2
When a majority of students are willing and equipped to pursue goals with tenacity and attempt to solve problems without prodding and redirection, it frees the teacher up to focus on student who require more intervention. Mentally tough students have that ability. In this episode of #TMBS, I share 3 more tips to help develop mentally tough students.