Passion for Dance Podcast - Ep. 68- My Teaching Philosophy and How it Changed Me
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Ep. 68- My Teaching Philosophy and How it Changed Me

It's the key to dealing with those nasty parent emails 😉

Do you have a teaching or coaching philosophy? Personally, it took me years to come up with my own personal teaching philosophy that was really specific to me and not just words you say on a job application. It took years of experience, challenges, successes, and choices. After all of that time, my personal coaching philosophy is simple but powerful. And above all else, as an educator, I have learned why it's so important to reflect and come up with your own personal teaching or coaching philosophy. So in this episode, I’m going to share why it matters, how it will save you so much time in the future, and some tips to get you started if you haven’t written one before. And of course, I’ve got a free resource for you to help you tackle this if you’re up for it. 

Here are some highlights:

  • [1m 45s] My personal philosophy and the one sentence that drives it all
  • [4m 50s] Is it all worth it? 
  • [8m 15s] How my philosophy helped me coach
  • [11m 05] How to get started writing your own philosophy

Resources mentioned in the show:

Free Download: Coaching Philosophy Prompts

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