Teaching profession is not just about going to class, deliver a lecture and counting on test scores. You have a bigger responsibility on your shoulders. You have to build the future of an upcoming generation. It is your responsibility to develop a positive attitude and confidence in them.
Change comes in various forms and is something we encounter in our daily lives. But whenever we think of it we automatically freak out. However, it is an issue that manifests imperceptibly in our lives
Studies reveal that explicit biases are controllable due to their conscious nature but implicit bias can be more destructive in some situations as it rises from complex grounds. Both these attitudes are harmful to classroom education; however, implicit biases can cause more damage to the mind of the student.
Dreaming is all about accomplishing something new, something that you do not already have. If you settle for your comfort zone, then you will most likely never aim at something you do not have. You will make do with what you have already accomplished…
Teachers need to improve their abilities to make students feel connected to them. Not just by profession rather by heart with high trust factor. It can be done only if you as a teacher create a positive self-image in front of them.
Studies reveal that many students are facing troubles due to implicit and explicit biases in classroom education. Sometimes teachers start following wrong assumptions about student behavior and their judgmental behavior start affecting students directly.
You may think that your comfort zone is the ideal place to be. But if you take a better look, you will realize that this is what has been keeping you down. Your comfort zone is not the desirable status, rather than an obstacle that is getting in the way between you and your dreams.
You don’t have to be where you are and should aim to be in a state of joy and happiness. The growth mindset allows you to focus on the positive values inside of you, which can assist in taking you to where you want to be.
Are you living a comfortable life? Are you shying away from the challenge of making your dreams a reality and leaving the real award on the table? Are you settling for the chump change of getting a $2 raise or giving half-ass effort when you know you’re capable of more?