Teaching Generation Z @ the University of Essex – watch the one hour plus webinar for FREE.
I have an absolute treat for you.
On Wednesday 16th June, I delivered a 90-minute webinar for the University of Essex as part of CPD week (Thank you @EssexUni – it was an honour!)
& guess what? They have put up the entire lecture on their website for you to enjoy, free of charge!
In this webinar I discuss:
The ‘Trust Mountain’ model of Behaviour Management and how it can help you identify & engage the 4 types of students in your classroom.
To identify your own classroom management style and learn the 3 styles that you MUST avoid to keep your class onside.
What is ‘Emotional Highjacking’ & the three types of bodily responses that could disrupt effective teaching & learning in your classroom.
The Pygmalion Effect & how positive encouragement can supercharge your learners’ classroom potential.
Communication secrets used by top FBI Agents that will help you soothe & build rapport with the most challenging learners.
LAST - The sales framework that will help you engage emotionally dysregulated students & help them to self-reflect on troubling behaviour.
Don’t say that I don’t look after you! 😎
Click on the link below & scroll down the page to get a link to the talk & the PowerPoint slides. 👇🏾
But wait there’s more:
Guys that talk was touching the tip of the iceberg when it comes to all things Generation Z.
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Thank you for reading!
Karl from actionheroteacher.com