Do you want to get better?
…better at managing your classroom, managing your workload, managing your mind…
You enter your classroom, lesson plans in hand, and get started with your day. You keep thinking about that child who can’t help but shout out, every single day. Or the child that showed up yesterday without a lunch. Or the child who sits quietly in the corner and says hardly a word all day. You are thinking about all this, and it’s not even 7:30am. You want to help all of them, but you are not sure how.
Hey, superhero, I’ve got your back! It’s hard to be all things to all people. What if you could accomplish the best you can for everyone by just being you? Wouldn’t that be incredible?! I made a commitment to myself to learn how to be a better teacher every day, and part of that was learning who I am as a teacher. Let me walk you through some of the initial work I did on myself to make my classroom a better place, for me and my students.
Do you have a spare twenty minutes for a phone call that will help you see results in your classroom right away? That’s all it takes. You’ll give me a call, we’ll talk about your biggest struggles, and we’ll start the process of moving you toward a more peaceful daily experience with just two techniques. Want more? At the end of our time, I’ll let you know some ways that we can work together on a longer term basis.
After a week of using the techniques, you will find that you aren’t so thrown off on any given day. What’s more, when you are thrown off, you will learn to recover faster and faster. Even better, you’ll be learning to have more fun, even in the most challenging moments!
Click on the “Schedule a Mini-session” link above (or click here), enter your relevant contact information, I’ll reach out to schedule a phone call, and then we’ll chat at the appointed time.
“But, Ryan, I could use that twenty minutes to grade more papers or create a lesson plan…”
True, true… Is that what’s really keeping you from feeling like your best each day? I’m going to bet it’s the kid who knows how to push your buttons. You feel more unprepared for your next moment with that kid than you feel unprepared for your lesson.
“But, Ryan, there is no way you are available when I’m available. My hours are odd and I struggle to get as much sleep as I do.”
I hear you. Hit the button and let’s give it a shot. If I’m not in a session, there’s a good chance I have time. Odd lunch break? Let’s do it. Around dinner time? Let’s make it happen. Need a weekend slot? That’s fine, too. I get what it’s like, and I’m here to help.
“But, Ryan, a phone call? Uh, 21st century calling…”
I see what you did there. Skype, FaceTime, Hangouts, Duo — let me know, I’ve got it.