Unchain the Change

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Unchain the Change:

Un chain the Change

The only constant in life is change.:

The only constant in life is change. Heraclitus

What do you feel?:

What do you feel? discomfort cautiousness doubt / skepticism resistance confusion anxiety fear frustration depression hostility hope anticipation curiosity excitement optimism creativity confidence satisfaction challenge energy (gradual) acceptance

FLY- from crawling to flying:

FLY- from crawling to flying

Change-proof or change-friendly?:

Change-proof or change-friendly ? “Change has a considerable psychological impact on the human mind. To the fearful it is threatening because it means that things may get worse. To the hopeful it is encouraging because things may get better. To the confident it is inspiring because the challenge exists to make things better .” King Whitney Jr., Civil rights activist

Speed dating:

What does the activity tell you about the change? Change of perspective Speed dating 2f2 with your partner left hand side line will strongly agree right hand side will strongly disagree one minute to convince your partner that you’re right CHANGE and you change your partner clockwise. Last in a row becomes first in a row.

Common areas in which teachers report changes:

Common areas in which teachers report changes learner centeredness basic teaching philosophy materials & resources language learning activities teaching grammar teacher confidence

Common sources of change:

Common sources of change attending a seminar / conference / workshop student / supervisor feedback through trial and error collaboration with colleagues tired of doing the same thing use of new textbooks/ new curriculum classroom investigation/ research contact with others who triggered a change self-discovery / keeping a teaching journal

PowerPoint Presentation:

choose one thing that you would like to change in your teaching style

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