- I absolutely loved that author, Dave Burgess, divided passion into 3 distinct categories: Content Passion, Professional Passion, and Personal Passion
- — Sadie Estrella (@wahedahbug)Thu, Jun 06 2013 01:16:01#tlapmath however I do like how the author brings the focus on other skills while teaching unpassionate content.
- "Almost every personal passion can be incorporated into the classroom." Dave Burgess, Teach Like a Pirate
- "Bringing your personal passion into the classroom empowers you to create a more powerful lesson because you are teaching from an area of strength." Dave Burgess, Teach Like a Pirate
- "Teaching is a job filled with frustrations, trials, and tests of your patience. Use your passion to soar over obstacles instead of crashing into them and burning out." Dave Burgess, Teach Like a Pirate
- — Jennifer Silverman (@jensilvermath)Thu, Jun 06 2013 01:28:48#tlapmath I'm passionate about teaching in context. And about not being the center of attention in class.
- "People are drawn in and love to be around those who are passionate about their lives." Dave Burgess, Teach Like a Pirate
- Immersion: "Do whatever you do intensely." Robert Henri
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Chapters 1 & 2: Focused on Passion and Immersion
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