Invasion games💭Developing tactics & strategies🤯 Need new ideas?💡Well here’s the answer thanks to Miss Zoe🙌🏼 @zoe87hall for sharing a game she plays with her students. Zoe is a well established teacher who has taught PE in the Uk 🇬🇧 Spain 🇪🇸 & the UAE 🇦🇪...so if she says it’s a good en; you know it’s a good en👍If you have any ideas you’d love to share & would like to become a PE Pal please DM me with your bitmoji & let’s get collaborating🤗 #peteacher#pe#pepedagogy#primarype#primaryteacher#pepals#invasiongames#wooball#school#collaborate#like4like
Fulamakk!! Skolah aq ni. Bangga jap ya?? Best dia bg motivasi td. Terboekkk ah abang terlajak laris👍👍👍 Sape2 yg skolah sini, comment 'ME' please... atau area klang n selangor😆😆 (Hmmm..walaupon aku tau x akan ade org pon yg comment..😞😞)
Today’s podcast is one of my favorites! I get super real and share how this podcast came into existence. After holding back for so long, I want to tell you how this creation has made me grow as a person. I took the plunge and did something I’d never done before, and I share with you why it was an amazing decision.
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Blaming others gives your power away. It means that it’s someone else’s job to solve the problem. We blame to feel better and to hand off the work of problem solving.
Taking responsibility, on the other hand, empowers you. It does not mean that you are at fault; it means that you have a role in the solution. It means that you own your emotions and actions. It means that you agree there is a problem and that you are willing to do your part in creating change.
For more on blame vs responsibility, check out today’s FB live @akellycoaching
Instead of blaming, let’s all take responsibility for making our schools safe.
This is the real deal!! We are talking about the one thing we believe we never have enough of (besides money - that’s a future episode!). It’s TIME!! Join me today as I share some of the strategies that I’ve learned and implemented in my own life that have changed my beliefs on the limiting nature of time. However, let me warn you, your brain is not going to like what I’m saying. Give these ideas a chance, really let them in, and reap the rewards.
Schools are expected to cover it all. We have curriculum for every topic under the sun. We expect kids to become content experts in all subject areas.
Have we considered teaching children how to manage their thoughts, emotions, and actions? Have we told them it’s even possible?
The truth is that most adults don’t know how to do this. It’s not our fault. We were never taught how. Emotional and mental well being is not a part of our schools’ curriculum.
Perhaps it should be.
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We tend to think that other people disappoint us when they don’t do something we expected them to do. The reverse is true. We feel disappointment because we have the thought that the other person should or should not have done something. We believe that our expectations were appropriate and that they failed us. The only thing that allows you to feel disappointment is your failed thinking that other people should behave the way you want them too.
Hello guys! I’m back!!! I had to say good bye to the Phillipines!😭 I haven’t posted in ages!!!!! It’s because I’ve been doing homework! 📚 Welp... Something good happened at school...I’m the school captain now! 😁🎖Here’s a drawing of me and my School Captain’s Badge! #sketch#drawing#school#schoolcaptain#graphite#selfportrait
It’s amazing how deciding to show up at work with enthusiasm, energy and excitement impacts those around you. People are attracted to high vibe and positive energy people. They will listen. They will like you. They will trust you. The key is to do so with authenticity. Be genuinely excited about one thing in your day. Visualize successful moments. Pump yourself up before the big meeting. Celebrate all the wins. Know that you are making a difference by choosing enthusiasm.
It’s so tempting to swim in the minutia of life. Our brains want to bog us down with knowing all the details of how, when, what’s best, which choice is right, etc.
Keep your eye on your life’s biggest goals. What do you want at the end of it all? How do you want to feel when you look back at this journey we call living?
When you focus on the end result, all the little things end up happening with very little effort. There’s no need to control all of the details.
We find ourselves saying “I should have...” in retrospect, as if we can go back to the past and change the way we approached a situation. This line of thinking does us no good. It makes us feel bad in the present moment and question our future decisions. The word should always lives in the past.
Saying “I should have” breeds insecurity. When we believe that we should have acted in a different way than we did, we’re living under the misunderstanding that there is a right and wrong way to live. #nomistakes#elementaryprincipal#parenting#teaching#principal#school#schoolleadership#theempoweredprincipalpodcast