Are you finding yourself wondering how to make more money? Have you thought for a second to view your current money situation and apply some good cash management skills to your finances? If you think about it, the less money you need to earn means the more money you can make and in a much faster fashion. How to make money for school is not hard if you apply good cash management skills into your every day life.
If you ask me, what are the best leadership books or the best School management system books? I can’t really answer that. I think that’s always subjective. I suggest you just start reading and find out for yourself. Find out which books are of added value in your life, or of added value while doing business.
Sometimes professional help is needed when helping the young person deal with what makes them mad. Many towns or surrounding communities have counselors who are trained to deal with these types of problems. A pastor or influential church leader might also be willing to talk to the juvenile. The child’s school counselor might also be able to talk to them about what is upsetting them. In some cases, the young person’s coach will be willing to sit down and talk to the youth about what is enraging them. Sometimes all they need is someone to talk to that they feel is on their side.
A quick example: During the trip to Chicago I mentioned above, I had my first opportunity to goon a sailboat. It was some sailboat too! It looked like a modern day tall ship. The captain used an engine to get us out into the lake. When he and his crew unfurled the sails, he turned off the motor. That first moment when the wind filled the sails was magical! Without getting too poetic I can tell you that the sun cloudless blue sky cool breeze silence and floating sensation of Edulabs sailing brought tears to my eyes. It also gave me another magical moment to savor and save.
Academics: Academic pressure can be distress if it is allowed to become such. Through stress management, however, it can be eustress that urges to greater accomplishments. In this case, stress management for students demands building on academic successes. Awarding peak performance can encourage greater academic excellence.
Recently I got introduced to the website/software “RescueTime.”. Here you can download an application that tracks your time, and if you choose to use the paid version you can also program it to block out certain media during certain hours. I have now used it for a week, and it is an eye-opener. I easily get sucked in to social media, for example, and RescueTime tells me how much time I’ve spent on it.
I agree that this level of responsibility is a tough pill to swallow. Everyone decides who goes into your class. Other people choose the high stake test content. There are variables and circumstances out of your control every day. To make it worse, you can be a content expert but suck at classroom management and your students will miss a great opportunity to learn from you. The bottom line, you cannot blame students. As a teacher you have to figure out a way to reach ’em and teach ’em.