Rachael Roberts coaches ELT professionals who find it hard to set boundaries and to say no, but end up feeling resentful and exploited; are prone to imposter syndrome and even self-sabotage; try to stay positive, but frequently end up exhausted and demoralised; know they don’t earn enough.
Rachael works with clients 1-2-1 and on my 12 week small group programme for ELT Business Owners (coaches, teachers, trainers, writers, editors), Switch off Stress, Switch on Success.
Her 30 years’ experience within ELT as a teacher, trainer, manager, materials writer and business owner, my training as a psychotherapist, counsellor and coach and my training and experience in running and marketing two businesses, makes me uniquely positioned to provide this support.
Day 2 – Session 3 – I Want to Break Free: Motivation and Growth Mindset in the Classroom
15/05/2021 @ 11:15 – 12:00 UTC+2
By the time students become teenagers they have often lost the natural motivation to learn that they had at primary school. They have decided what they can and can’t do and what they are ‘good’ or ‘bad’ at, and they are ever more self-conscious about losing face by making mistakes. They have, in other words, developed a fixed mind-set, which will hold them back and considerably limit their potential.
In this session, we will look at some practical ideas and activities to help teenage students to break out of their fixed mind-sets and re-gain motivation and a sense of control over their own learning process.