The Zen Teacher

The Zen Teacher

Unrushed and fully focused, teachers influence—even improve—the future when they maximize performance and improve their quality of life. In The Zen Teacher, Dan Tricarico offers practical, easy-to-use techniques to develop a non-religious Zen practice and thrive in the classroom.

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You can thrive in the classroom. All it takes are a few moments of peace and a little focus. If you’re like many teachers, your day is busy, demanding, even chaotic. But just because you live in a fast-paced, always-on world, doesn’t mean your life has to feel rushed and crazy. In The Zen Teacher, educator, blogger, and speaker Dan Tricarico provides practical, easy-to-use techniques to help teachers slow down and create a sense of focus, simplicity, and tranquility in the classroom – and in life. As a teacher, you have incredible power to influence, even improve, the future. By being at your best – unrushed and fully focused – you ensure that every interaction with your students is beneficial, for them and for you. If you’re new to the concept of Zen, don’t worry. In this introductory guide, Dan Tricarico explains what it means to develop a Zen practice – something that has nothing to do with religion and everything to do with your ability ability to thrive in the classroom. The Zen Teacher will help you: Maximize your performance while lowering your stress. Transform your classroom and experience a better quality of life. Focus on things that really matter and let go of things you can’t control. Find time to take care of yourself, so you can be at your best!

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Genre: Inspiration, Professional Growth & Personal Development
ASIN: B016989HGY
ISBN: 9780986155468
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