We made it to a brand new year! 2023 already, I can’t believe it!
I hope you were able to get a lot of rest and relaxation during your break with your friends and family. I know that some of you might be thinking that you don’t want to head back to work and I get it, so whether you’re back already or preparing to head back, I figured you might not need therapy ideas right now, you might need more of a pep talk.
So I’m taking a break from therapy tips to bring you some tips for yourself and how you can start the year off strong. In this episode of SLP Coffee Talk, I’m sharing my top five words of advice for you as you begin another year in the speech room.
It’s a brand new year and it’s the perfect time to give yourself a little grace in the classroom and stop being so hard on yourself. Your students don’t know when things don’t go perfectly. They have fun when you do.
In This Episode You’ll Discover:
- Why done is better than perfect
- Why it’s okay if our lessons don’t go as planned
- If you have fun in your class, your students will too
- It’s okay to have a game day
- Ways to start working smarter, not harder
I know it can be really challenging to get back in the swing of things after a much-needed break and I hope these tips will help you with the transition back to the classroom.
Make sure you check out this freebie that you can use with your students this week. Also, don’t forget to sign up for the Plan With Me Challenge. It’s happening next week and there are going to be tons of prizes and tons of ways to learn how to use one resource with as many groups as possible. You’ll also get another freebie that you can use with your students. Can’t wait to see you there!
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