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Discussion in 'New teachers' started by MagicClass, Jan 15, 2012.

  1. Having confidence in the classroom allows us to be creative and bold - to stretch ourselves and make the kind of dramatic changes that make a real difference.

    Having confidence also means being able to manage disruptive students with a feeling of total control as opposed to uncertainty. Students respond more positively to a teacher who is in control than to one they feel can be controlled.

    If you’d like to learn a tried and tested method to give your confidence a huge boost join us for this free webinar:
    “How to become a more confident teacher in 1 hour”.
    If you’d like to know more here’s the link:

  2. Hi,
    I am an experienced teacher and I really learnt a lot from this fantastic webinar.

    Thanks to Rob and Andy

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