When I have been stuck in situations I did not like, I wondered why. What did I do to deserve it? Why didn’t things change?
Have you ever wondered why things never changed?
At times like these, I have found that just like the man in the video, I needed to make room for something new. Also, I needed to put myself in a position to receive inspiration. Then, I needed to listen.
And, I needed to learn.
Learning is the best way to change.
If you want to make a life change, to change your circumstances, or to feel differently, learning is the best way to make it happen.
When we are learning, we have to be humble and available.
We must listen.
And take action when opportunities come to us.
When you’re the teacher, learning is still important.
For example, after I completed a doctoral degree and felt solid career direction, I kept learning more. And that learning has made me a better teacher. It continues to be critical to my success and personal growth.
Learning more has given me the power to grow. And, because I keep learning, I will always understand my students.
Ultimately, you can feel lighter and have influence when you keep learning, too.
I hope you will enjoy today’s video share and find ways to keep yourself open. Be available. Then, listen and learn.
Because if you can do these things, you will always have direction. Even though you’ll get stuck, as we all do, you will eventually get through it.
And the future you will thank you for your commitment, perseverance, and tenacity.
Have you ever wondered what your personality means for your online teaching? We all have unique personalities, and yours may influence how you approach online work, grading, and engagement.
In this episode, you will learn about how your personality influences your online teaching satisfaction. You’ll also learn about areas to consider to increase your satisfaction while teaching online, and skills to develop a well-rounded approach.
How do I manage my energy and stress while teaching online? I’ve heard this question from many people. And, it’s normal for online teaching to become demanding on one’s time and energy. Stress increases unless we find balance and set limits.
In today’s podcast, you’ll learn about managing your energy, not your time. And when you’re experiencing high stress levels, you’ll love these tips to manage your stress!
This podcast is for educators, academics, and parents who know that online teaching can be challenging, but it can also be rewarding, engaging, and fun! Welcome to the Online Teaching Lounge Podcast. I’m your host, Dr. Bethanie Hansen, and I’ll be your guide for online teaching tips, topics, and strategies. Walk with me, into the online teaching lounge!
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