What Inspires You to Write?

Livia ChanBlog, Connect Better, Engage Better, Lead Better, Manage Better, Reflect Better

TL;DR: Teach Better bloggers belong to a community where they support each other and learn from each other during quarterly exclusive events just for bloggers! Read our reflection on our latest event and get a glimpse into our previous ones! We all have a story to tell. Every educator does things a little differently than others. The effective strategy or … Read More

The 100th Episode: Looking Back – 100

The Staff Room PodcastStaff Room Podcast

In Episode 100 of The Staffroom Podcast, Chey and Pav officially launch the new name for the podcast – The Chey and Pav Show! In this reflective episode, the Dynamic Duo goes back and compares their most impactful episodes from the past 2.5 years. Chey and Pav discuss some of these highly resonating episodes, and then adds some new fresh … Read More

The Gift of Believing

Livia ChanBlog

TL;DR: The imposter syndrome is real for many of us. Give your gift of believing in others. You have the power to change lives. When someone believes in you, this is such a gift to receive. While we should have the courage and not need others to believe in us first, the reality is that sometimes we don’t have enough … Read More

Leveraging Connection with Megan Peppenelli

Deb SoholtInfluential She Podcast

This episode features the High Leverage Practice of Connection with Megan Peppenelli, PhD.  As a scientist following an untraditional path, Megan illuminates how deep connection – both with yourself and others – ultimately requires disconnect.  She shares “Living in the uncomfortable is where you grow.  And it can be a really crappy process.  When have I outgrown this thing that … Read More

EP77: What Can We Learn From Imposter Syndrome?

The Staff Room PodcastStaff Room Podcast

In Episode 77 of The Staffroom Podcast, Chey and Pav discuss a concept that was new to them on Social Media – Imposter Syndrome. They discuss what the term actually means, address it’s medical connotations and then apply their learning of this term to their experiences within the classroom. They also discuss some strategies that can be employed in order … Read More