052: 3 Lessons Teachers Can Learn From a Restaurant

Welcome to Episode 52 of the Teachonomy Talks podcast.  In this episode I talk about three elements great restaurants have in common that teachers can implement into the classroom to increase their impact even more.

Our classrooms should be like a great restaurant, providing a menu with choices that fit all learning styles, a chef that understands the different needs of each diner and an environment or atmosphere that students can’t wait to be a part of.

So I want to challenge you today to take these three elements that great restaurants share and implement them into your classroom for an even greater impact.

  1. Every great restaurant has an enticing menu, so create for your students the opportunity to give input into their learning and allow their voices to be heard.
  2. Every great restaurant has a fantastic chef, so be the teacher that has a plan, builds a  bond of trust, fosters creativity and is adaptable in order to enhance the learning for all students
  3. Every great restaurant has a welcoming atmosphere, so open your doors every day and give your students a place where they feel exclusive, where they feel safe and where they know they are always welcome.

Listen to today’s episode to be inspired and encouraged! 


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