Energize Your Teaching by Playing to Your Strengths

teaching to your strengths
Think of the last time you had a masterfully planned class session fall completely flat. If you have been teaching for more than a week, you’ve been there. How did you react? Did you blame the students, the time of day the class meets, or come up with some other reason that absolved you of any responsibility? Did you vow to never try it again? Okay, now what should you do after a lesson falls flat?

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