Claude Larson, a 25-year veteran of teaching in New Jersey public schools, who later decided to get out of her comfort zone and became an impactful entrepreneur in professional development and teen education. The innovative teaching methods in her books serve teachers who are seeking higher student engagement in the classroom and better student motivation in their lives. In the interview, she shares helpful advice for teachers in distress to stay connected and empowered. Tune in to learn about her journey of being an ever-evolving educator!
“I knew if I was in a place where I really enjoyed what I doing, I was gonna have the most success.”
“If you want to become the best educator that you are capable of becoming, you have to get out of your comfort zone and try different things…Because all of that helps shape your perspective.”
“What teachers of excellence mean for me is that they are constantly changing, constantly evolving.”
“When you set out to be an educator, it will be so impactful to every other aspect of your life.”
“Once I build a better relationship with my students, I would get everything I planned with less distraction.”