Shattering the Perfect Teacher Myth

Shattering the Perfect Teacher Myth

Author and educator Aaron Hogan helps shatter the idyllic “perfect teacher” myth, which erodes self-confidence with unrealistic expectations and sets teachers up for failure. His book equips educators with strategies that help them shift out of survival mode and THRIVE.

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Perfect teachers are like unicorns: a myth!

The idyllic myth of the perfect teacher–the one who has it all together and breezes through the school year without fear or stress and whose well-behaved students always get straight As–sets the bar incredibly high for educators. The problem is that this myth also perpetuates unrealistic expectations that erode self-confidence and set teachers up for failure.

Author and educator Aaron Hogan is on a mission to shatter the myth of the perfect teacher by equipping educators with strategies that help them THRIVE. You’ll learn how to shift out of survival mode and how to thrive through…

  • Teaching expectations to get everyone on the same page
  • Hooking your students to increase engagement and community
  • Rejecting isolation to create a powerful support system
  • Imagining ways your work can be better on the path to success
  • Valuing vulnerability to empower students to take risks
  • Everyday conversations–the foundation for meaningful relationships

If you’re tired of simply surviving and are ready to thrive, join Aaron in Shattering the Perfect Teacher Myth.

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Genre: Inspiration, Professional Growth & Personal Development
ASIN: B071WTDZGX
ISBN: 9781946444158
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