This course has been developed with Dr Richard Bale from Imperial College London, UK and includes short videos, activities and discussion prompts. When completed you will:
- Have a better understanding of why teachers often feel anxious or nervous before teaching and insights into what we can learn from the world of performance and acting.
- Be equipped with techniques for how to harness and manage any feelings of nerves and use them to your advantage in your teaching.
- Realise that feelings of apprehension and anxiety are natural and common amongst teachers and not something to feel anxious about.
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