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1. Ask yourself first
Being a teacher, it is always advisable to ask questions to yourself before you ask them to students. Asking yourself the questions will give you an idea of whether the question is sensible or not. Apart from that, you can know whether your question is right or wrong. You can also get the right answer to that question. Besides that, asking yourself the various questions will help you in knowing whether there is one answer for the questions or multiple answers.
2. Do not ask questions with “Yes” and “No” answers
You must avoid asking close-ended questions as much as possible. Instead of that, you must ask open-end questions starting with “Who”, “Where”, and “What”. Such questions will give more detailed information and answers.
3. Don’t hesitate to ask
Students avoid asking questions to the teachers because of shyness or hesitation. You must take the opportunity of this silence and ask various questions to your teachers. It is important to stand up and ask the questions to get all your doubts cleared. It is important to feel open in the classroom and engage more in conversation with your teachers.
Great leaders find the balance between business foresight, performance, and character. They have vision, courage, integrity, humility and focus along with the ability to plan strategically and catalyze cooperation amongst their team.
- Honesty and Integrity.
- Inspire Others.
- Commitment and Passion.
- Good Communicator.
- Decision-Making Capabilities.
- Delegation and Empowerment.
- Creativity and Innovation.
- Emotional intelligence
- Vision and purpose
- Get Kids Breathing Deep. When people slow down their breathing, they slow down their brains.
- Get Outside.
- Get Kids Moving: Walk and Talk.
- Think Positive: Gratitude Journals.
- Help Kids Eat Healthy and Stay Well.
- Share a Story.
- Consider Accommodations.
Anxiety is also associated with high levels of worry that can affect academic performance. Researchers tested the relationship between anxiety, academic performance, and working memory. As students' levels of anxiety, depression, and worry increased, academic performance decreased.
- Identify what activities help you feel your best.
- Put it on your calendar — in ink!
- Sneak in self-care where you can.
- Take care of yourself physically.
- Know when to say no.
- Check-in with yourself regularly.
- Surround yourself with great people.
- Consider the quality of self-care.
- Remember that self-care is non-negotiable.
Allowing yourself to safely experience your full range of emotions.
1. Develop friendships that are supportive.
2. Write three good things that you did each day.
3. Play a sport and have a coffee together after training.
4. Go to the movies or do something else you enjoy.
5. Keep meeting with your parents' group or other social groups.
6. Talk to your friend about how you are coping with work and life demands.
This involves having a sense of perspective beyond the day-to-day of life.
1. Engage in reflective practices like meditation.
2. Go on bush walks.
3. Go to church/mosque/temple.
4. Do yoga.
5. Reflect with a close friend for support.
This is about maintaining healthy, supportive relationships, and ensuring you have diversity in your relationships so that you are not only connected to work people.
1. Prioritize close relationships in your life e.g. with partners, family, and children.
2. Attend the special events of your family and friends.
3. Arrive to work and leave on time every day.