• Set the tone and allow students to teach concepts to each other
  • Allow students to struggle with complex concepts. Intellectual frustration is necessary for growth
  • Be reflective of your teaching. Keep a reflection journal
  • Divide daily reflective journal entries into two sections – management and instruction. What worked?
  • Your students watch your every move, so give them a show. All the world’s a stage
  • Use instrumentals to alter the mood. Sometimes students (and teachers) need to be uplifted
  • Teach your students the concept of the autodidact

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