Teacher Course: No-Influence Mentoring

Lesson 6: Simplifying Teaching (Released on 5/27/2021)

Students make mistakes for the same reason as adults; we’re not in our right minds. Last week, we showed you how our brains aren’t good at thinking, memorizing, or processing. Mistakes are common when we rely on our brain too much. The only solution is to create a structure that simplifies life and learning. 

In this week’s lesson, Dr. Jacob explains how you can make learning easier for students by focusing on our “Simplicity Structured” principle. You’ll learn how to simplify your home life through organization, communication, and creating consistent routines.

Reading Material

Read Chapter 6 from Dr. Jacob’s book, No-Influence Mentoring (Purchase Link), or download a chapter excerpt HERE.

Activities (submit work to team@leadaz.org for feedback!)

After reviewing the video, identify something that you can do to simplify something in your classroom. It could be a routine, structure, organization, etc. Write your observations of the impact of this change.

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