You had all that energy, enthusiasm and expertise to make a difference (perhaps even with disadvantaged students who struggle to get through each and every day). You looked forward to teaching any and all students in your class. You spent an incredible amount of time getting your classroom set up during the summer.
It was a warm, welcoming and wonderful classroom—one of the best classrooms in the entire school. You were nervous that first day, not knowing what to expect.
Then you met your students.
They sat in their desks, alert, attentive and anxious to be taught by you. The first day was an exhausting but an exhilarating, exciting experience. You couldn’t wait to get back to school and teach them some more. Then, it happened…
Your students aren’t attentive any more. They’re off task. They’re defiant. The hours and hours you’ve spent on those picture perfect lesson plans seem to go out the window.
Your students are becoming more and more defiant. You get more and more frustrated with them, lose your cool more often and go home empty, exhausted and emotionally upset.
In spite of all these problems and challenges, you’re still passionate about teaching. You still love to learn. You still love to teach. You still love children.
But, you’re running on empty, especially with those students who defy you more and more often, who seem to have taken over your class, who don’t seem to care anymore… You don’t know what to do… You don’t want to confess to other teachers that you’re experiencing problems with your class. That would be a sign of weakness.
You don’t want to confess to your principal that you’re experiencing problems. That might mean not getting rehired or worse—that you weren’t meant to be a teacher.
You don’t want to talk to any parents, because word would quickly get out that you can’t control your class, that you’re an ineffective, incapable and worse, an incompetent teacher. The school year has barely started and you’re already counting the days, hours and minutes to the end of the term.
You keep hoping each day will be better, but instead it gets worse. You start thinking about getting out of teaching, quitting and changing careers. You’re fed up, frustrated and fearful. You want the joy, the respect and the fulfillment from a rewarding teaching career, but now, you just don’t know what to do.
My name is Marjan Glavac, best selling author, writer and teacher. For 29 years, I taught in the trenches, on the front lines, in the firing zone. I was in the class with my students, day in and day out, just like you. I went through a roller coaster of emotions with them every day, the highs and lows, the failures and successes, the joys and disappointments of daily teaching.
And just like you, I thought that my students would automatically love to learn, love the subjects that I taught and hunger for more knowledge as much as I do. Boy, was I wrong!
Teachers’ College never gave me the effective teaching techniques needed to deal with the 30+ students crowded into classes, students with ADD, ADHD, OCD, Tourette’s Syndrome, oppositional behaviour, fetal alcohol syndrome, students 3 or more years below grade level in reading and math, bullies, abused students, temper tantrums, aggressive behaviour.
Even in the face of all these challenges, I can assure you that there is a solution. Despite all the paperwork…Despite the parents who question your teaching, think that their child can do no wrong, and bypass your authority by going directly to the principal with complaints against you….
Despite the public who think all you do is play games and baby-sit, resent all your vacation days, time off, professional development days and tell you in no uncertain terms how they feel about it. A public that has no idea how to teach, but go to great lengths telling you how to teach.
And there’s still more. There’s the paper work, the extra-curricular activities, keeping up with the latest technology and doing all this on a limited or no budget, no resources, and no time.
Believe me, no matter how difficult your current situation is I have found a solution that works.
And I want to share what I’ve learned with other teachers like you.
I’m so confident I can help you achieve similar results…in just 7 days from now…when you use my breakthrough program ” How To Make a Difference: Inspiring Students to do Their Best”.
“How to make a Difference: Inspiring Students to Do their Best” saved my mind. I was at the point in my teaching career where I was having self-doubt whether I was making a difference in my students. Reading the book and using some of the useful suggestions reinforced my decision to become a teacher. Thank you.”
Batchewana First Nation Sault Ste Marie
“After teaching for 27 years it is both inspiring and comforting to learn that you can teach “old dogs new tricks”. Sometimes it helps to look beyond the problems that you have in your classroom and look at what you are doing yourself and how what you do may not help change behaviour but also hinder any change.
I felt inspired and empowered by your ebook. Parts of it affirmed what I held true about kids and other parts empowered me to make change even with my Kindergarteners.”
Kindergarten Teacher with 27 years experience
“… made controlling my students easier. ”
This is my first year teaching in a public school (fourth grade), and I was ready and willing to accept help wherever I could find it. When I received your e-mail on “How to Make a Difference,” I immediately sent in my info and purchased the e-book.
I have not been disappointed.
One of the things I tried immediately was in assigning jobs to my students. I am very much a “do-it-myselfer,” and never really considered allowing the students to help out. I changed my mind very quickly after reading your piece on “Building Trust and Respect Through Responsibility.”
I couldn’t believe how willing my students were to help! They were excited from the start to know that they were going to be “Mrs. Luebke’s Helpers,” and they couldn’t wait to begin. At first it seemed a bit difficult to find jobs for the students to do. After a while, no problem existed. Everyone was glad to help out, and no job was too menial.
The most positive outcome came from my “hyperactive” student.
Although I was able to keep him under control even when he did not have his medication (when mom couldn’t afford it), he was still quite a handful at times. When it came time for his turn at his job, things began to change. No one could keep his position if he/she had a discipline problem in class.
I made this standard clear from the very beginning. My young man enjoyed being a helper that I could see the difference in him from the onset. Things are not perfect for him, but they are much better. Discipline was not a huge problem in my class before this, but allowing the students to help me in class certainly has made controlling my students easier.
I know now that I will have jobs available for my class from now on, and I am grateful to you for the help your e-book has given me this year. It is something that I have recommended to my colleagues, both novice and experienced, and will continue to use these ideas throughout my teaching career.”
Fourth Grade Teacher
El Paso, Texas USA
By placing the responsibility on them by asking them, “How do you plan to make sure that it’s here tomorrow?” and involving the class in designing their own marking schemes has had a remarkable change on the majority of the class.
Work is being completed, correctly and neatly and they are coming prepared to class …
J. Jenson Tilly
Fourth Grade Teacher
Great Results & New Opportunities …
Reading your book refreshes my idea that I am doing a good job as a teacher. I have incorporated some of the ideas into my classroom with great results. I have used your book to help me see each day as a new opportunity to help my students succeed.
Sixth Grade Teacher
Danville, Iowa USA
Biggest Breakthrough in 13 Years …
What a difference your book made Marjan! I teach junior school children (5-8 year olds) in Christchurch, New Zealand.
I have the question in “How am I going to make a difference today?” above my desk in my classroom. I am aware of my strengths and weaknesses like never before in my 13 year teaching career – all thanks to you! My children LOVE the Gotcha Awards. The bucket was full on Friday.
I am using them to reinforce their homework routines for Reading. It is working a treat! I am working hard every day to be the best I can be (our school motto) and I am more positive on my outlook. Thank you for your inspiring book 🙂
First, Second and Third Grade Teacher
Christchurch, New Zealand
Helping Special Education Students Succeed …
As a special education teacher inspiring my students is a major challenge. This book offered great suggestions that inspired me to try new things that are helping students realize they can be successful. Thanks for the inspiration!
Special Education Teacher , Romulus High School
Romulus, Michigan USA
Very Helpful for K-6 Supply Teacher …
Very helpful with some great strategies and ideas especially as I am a supply teacher and encounter different age groups and classes from k-6.
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