In this favourite episode from our archives, author Nick Ambrosino joins us to talk about how to reframe your teaching viewpoint to experience more joy and less burnout.
As teachers, we want to see motivated students pursuing their goals with an ownership attitude — but how do you make the switch? Listen to Nick’s powerful thoughts as he explains the reason he wrote two best-selling story-based books with life-changing advice for teachers.
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Teachers turn to Nick Ambrosino to learn how to become master motivators who nurture their students to exceptional levels of achievement and accountability while reigniting their own passions as professional educators and gaining a sense of fulfillment.
As a learning specialist, coach, and speaker, Nick is renowned for his work on creating growth in accountability, self-motivation, and self-esteem.
Nick is currently working on a screen play and a book on relationships.
Consider implementing the ideas from this podcast by writing several actionable steps for your teaching practice if it’s inspired you.
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Tim Topham is the founder and director of TopMusic. Tim hosts the popular TopCast show, blogs regularly at topmusic.co and speaks at local and international conferences on topics such as pedagogy, business, marketing and entrepreneurship. Tim has been featured in American Music Teacher, The Piano Teacher Magazine, California Music Teacher and EPTA Piano Professional. Tim holds an MBA in Educational Leadership, BMus, DipEd and AMusA.
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