Tips for Teachers
Be the stunning, inspirational, impactful teacher you know you are! Whether you’re an inspirational speaker or you want to teach golf, poker, yoga, languages, use of software or whether the classes you teach or in person or online, you’ll find these tips of tremendous value to you!
Learn what to do before, during, and after your class in order to have the best outcome for your students. Krysta gives you tips for how to prepare for your class or presentation, then moves into tips for what to do (and not do) during your class, and then some follow-up tips for what to do once the class is over: 40 in all!
The assignments support you in actualizing the tips and walk you through some of the processes discussed. There are two download checklists you can use before and after your class to help with follow-through.
Whether you’re new to teaching or a pro, there’s something here for you. Krysta has been teaching since she was a teenager, her Mom was a school teacher, and she has attended many classes, retreats, and talks. By drawing on all of this, she has put together a quick, entertaining, and powerful presentation of tips that can help you share your knowledge and experience with others.
Introduction and tips for what to do before your class or presentation
Here's a quick overview of this course and what you can expect!
Besides tips about the goals for your class, these first six address ideas for the actual class or presentation content.
These tips address things like the space your'e using, electronics, how you dress and even using a language interpreter.
Section two: Tips for during the class #15-30
Tips 15-21 give more ideas for you to consider, things like how to handle a heckler, using notes, and relating to your audience.
How do you want to present yourself and how do you know if what you're teaching is reaching your students?
Connecting with your students or audience, using notes (or not), asking questions, and other tips to use during the class.
Tips for after the class
The class is over and now you can relax Here are ten ways to evaluate how things went and begin to plan for the next class or presentation!