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104. Are you a credible teacher?

Are you a credible teacher? We’ve invited Mike Huebner from The Credible Teacher onto the show to talk about the importance of teacher credibility in student learning and what we can do to be perceived as credible by our students.

You’ll learn:

  • What it means to be a credible teacher and why credibility is important.
  • How to be more human in the classroom so that our students feel connected to us and view us as credible.
  • The power of storytelling to connect with your students.
  • The importance of developing self-awareness and self-love as a teacher and how this improves our effectiveness in the classroom.
  • How meditation and mindfulness can help us to be better teachers.
  • What we can do to have a deeper impact on our students’ wellbeing and learning.


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How can we be there for our students in these times of heightened anxiety, worry and stress without being physically in the same space as them? How do we address their social-emotional needs?

As teachers, we are currently facing the reality of remote teaching and learning – just when students need tools and strategies to manage their emotions the most.

⁉️ How do we continue to support our students’ needs from a distance?

⁉️ What resources do we use?

⁉️ How will we ever explain to parents how to teach this to their kids?

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Let us know in the comments, do you think it’s important for your students to perceive you as a credible teacher?

One thought on “104. Are you a credible teacher?

  1. ปั้มไลค์ May 25, 2020 at 5:22 am

    Like!! I blog frequently and I really thank you for your content. The article has truly peaked my interest.

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