Steve Miletto talks about 3 Scary (ok, not really scary) moments for a teacher – 218

By Steven Miletto

Teaching Learning Leading K12 provides resources for classroom teachers and school-based administrators.

3 Scary (Ok, not really scary) Moments for a Teacher 
There are times when a classroom teacher has to address some issues or take care of a situation that can really feel scary sometimes. Today, I’m sharing three of these types of moments and my thoughts about dealing with them.
1. It’s Monday morning and the principal or your evaluator steps into your room to observe you teach.
2. A student challenges your authority.
3. You have to call a parent.
Today, I share some thoughts to help.
Thanks for listening.
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Length – 29:37