On this episode of Teaching Middle School ELA, Caitlin and Jessica discuss the EB Teachers’ Club and their mission to support, inspire, and empower teachers in their roles. This episode dives deep into the importance of creating a personal vision and the power of visualization. Caitlin and Jessica share unconventional approaches to achieving teaching goals and offer personal stories of how their visions manifested into reality. They also suggest creating a vision board or written vision to serve as a constant reminder of the new identity one wants to embody.
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- [00:00:51] In this podcast episode, Caitlin and Jessica discuss how to reclaim personal time by leaving work by 3:30 pm.
- [00:09:38] Anything is possible and having the right mindset will allow you to achieve your goals as a teacher.
- [00:14:02] Practical strategies for batch planning and grading hacks are shared with listeners.
- [00:18:06] Keeping your vision at the forefront is a powerful tool for personal growth, and strategies for remembering your personal goals and vision are discussed.
- [00:22:10] Creating a vision board or written reminder of your future self can serve as a powerful tool for change, as long as you place it somewhere visible and maintain it as a consistent reminder.
- [00:28:24] Tips are then shared for strategizing to achieve your vision by making choices aligned with your goals.
- [00:32:55] Caitlin and Jessica welcome listeners to join the EB Teachers’ Club to make their teaching vision a reality.
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