046: Teaching at the Chef’s Counter: 3 Ingredients Every Teacher Should Use

Welcome to Episode 46 of the Teachonomy Talks podcast.  In this episode I talk about 3 powerful elements of this Chef’s Counter that every teacher can implement right away, so they can make their classroom an experience that students will never forget.

There is so much power that can be found when we teach our classes the way a master chef handles their most valuable table.  If we took on the mindset of looking at our student as honored guests, it could make all the difference in the world.

In a restaurant, the Chef’s counter is the most prized table of all.  It is where the people privileged enough to sit there get to experience his gratitude.  It is the special table he reserves for his most honored guests.

As you go into your week, remember these 3 powerful elements of the Chef’s Table and implement them into your classroom in order to give your students an experience they can’t wait to come back to each day

  1.  Provide Individualized Attention and be intentional with giving each student a nugget every day
  2. Be transparent in the details and give students input into, and ownership of, their learning
  3. Go above and beyond to serve so that each one of your students feels like an honored guest

Listen to today’s episode to delve deeper into how to become the Master Chef of your classroom, and make your students feel as though they are at the Chef’s counter each day.


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