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5 Ways to Quit Taking it Personally

Jill Hare | Teaching

Remain Confident

A successful teacher is a confident person. They know their subject matter, they know their lesson, and they deliver it in a believable way. Maintaining confidence at the head of the classroom is key for teachers.

The problem: Students, teachers, or even parents can whittle away and make teachers second guess their actions.

The solution: As long as you carefully and thoughtfully teach, stand behind your work. Back up your actions to others with sound reason and calm responses. If others see you remaining confident about your job, they’ll know you take it seriously and can’t be shaken easily.

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