The school year is almost half over. Do your students know where they stand? Like thousands of teachers nationwide, you may be coming into course recommendation season. This is sometimes the wake-up call for students that they may be in danger of failing your course unless they level up the second half.
This audio contains eight of the best success principles taught by the late Jim Rohn as reported by his protege, Chris Widener. Below are those eight principles. There is some overlap, but Jim Rohn was always an astute observer of the human condition as it relates to achievement and personal fulfillment. Enjoy!
Did you watch the whole thing? Sound like any math teachers you know? Keep trying? Do it again? Did you check your notes? Have you tried to break the bigger problem into smaller problems?
From time to time, we all get a little overwhelmed trying to keep all the plates spinning. That’s a circus analogy for having many things going on… But what should you do when you feeling jawed day in and day out?
Start letting the small plates drop!
Do you like frozen yogurt? Then watch the entire video…
This is my first post of the 2017-18 school year, so it should be pretty insightful, right? Not really. Just the same old advice.
If things aren’t going your way, try to be reflective. Professor Cornwall says we must continually explicate the obvious for adolescents, so here I go again. The three reason students struggle in math are…