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PRESENTATION NAME Company Name Teacher Transformation The road to becoming a role model teacher Razwan Faraz
Detach from everything The present moment is a keen-edged sword. ~ The Prophet Muhammad
Definition:- Role Model: A person who serves as a model in a particular behavioral or social role for another person to emulate. Someone worthy of imitation. A person whose behavior in a particular role is imitated by others
Exercise 1.Who are role models for children today? 2.What are the reasons why children do not consciously chose teachers as their role models 3.List from most influential to least influential a.Pop stars b.Teachers c.Parents d.Friends e.Historical figures f.Film stars 4.List the order you would like to see. How will you make it real?
Learning is behaviour change (Wyatt Woodsmall) Learning is not I can regurgitate it, or even I understand it. Learning is behaviour change Stop intellectualising and start acting What is learning?
Shared Dream Life patterns/habits – Beneficial and detrimental Addictions are internal delusions of eternal life Purpose of life must prepare us for death – Embracing life’s challenges is an antidote of addictions – A reminder that this life is temporary Autopilot with time: taste, smell, touch, seeing, hearing
Questions List all the places where you have not made the decisions for your life – emotionally, physically, spiritually and mentally. Which decisions have you made that are in fact detrimental to your growth e.g. I cannot get up for fajr, I cannot influence change in that child.
Big frustrations Shout out all the typical frustrations with life that teachers/parents face when dealing with children What is your personal story that is colouring your every move?
The impact of our choices Life is a collection of choices – Today = past choices – Tomorrow = today’s choices The open field of possibilities – Path of failure equates to not knowing or treading the path of success – The familiarity of a path causes anxiety when another is sought – The restrictions of habits in achieving our goals
Decision failures Reticular activation system (telephone pole) Cognitive dissonance – Boundary issues Cognitive bias – Over confidence bias (huberus) – Sunk cost task leads to over commitment – Availability bias Time-binding – Embed past emotions by remembering them as events. – Emotional trauma – Nominalise events
10 commandments of People-Pleasing 1.I should always do what others expect, want, or need from me 2.I should take care of everyone around me whether they ask for help or not 3.I should always listen to everyone's problems and try my best to solve them 4.I should always be nice and never hurt anyone's feelings 5.I should always put other people first, before me 6.I should never say 'no' to anyone who needs or requests something of me 7.I should never disappoint anyone or let others down in any way 8.I should always be happy and upbeat never show any negative feelings to others 9.I should always try to please other people and make them happy 10.I should try never to burden others with my own needs or problems
Transformation QUESTION: What is the duah for when we wake up? Change or die – 9 out 10 people when told they will die in 6 month if they don’t quit smoking, don’t stop!’ QUESTION: Why do cigarette packets say ‘Smoking Kills’?
Knowing our purpose What vision do you have for a better world that you could contribute to? How will it make the world a better place? Who are you going to become when you stop living second best?
Living our purpose 1.What is my vision for the world 2.My particular, measurable, specific, time dependent role in reaching this vision 3.Mentor – 10 years ahead 4.Mastermind/reference group 5.Establish a daily habit that will reach your goal (40 days) 6.Get leverage – External accountability Rewards/punishments
Groups Discuss in groups what one change you are going to make in your life from today: – Physically e.g. stretching in the morning – Emotionally e.g. experiencing/sharing an emotion – Mentally e.g. seeking to work through other’s perspectives on your ideas – Spiritually e.g. reflect in real-time about what Im doing.
Final thoughts... Rudyard Kipling No printed word, nor spoken plea can teach young minds what they should be. Not all the books on all the shelves – but what the teachers are themselves. Rumi Let the waters settle you will see stars and moon mirrored in your Being
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