Episode #27 – “Keeping the pulse on your student’s lives” – Guest Bryan Slater
Join Phil Boyte and his guest Bryan Slater as they talk about building rapport with students. With 15 years under his belt as a teacher both in the United States and abroad, Bryan has learned some great ways to check the pulse on students and shares why it has been so powerful in his classroom.
Listen in to hear simple, yet profound ways to build relationships in the classroom or around campus.
A little about Bryan:
Bryan Slater is an experienced classroom teacher who has spent the last 15 years teaching high school Social Studies in Tacoma, WA, Lagos, Nigeria, and Sumner, WA. He currently teaches IB 20th Century Topics and Theory of Knowledge to 9th – 12th graders at Sumner High School. Bryan’s passion centers on helping teachers and students understand the importance relationships play in developing a culture of learning and trust in the classroom. He believes the Eight Essentials are the key to those relationships and works hard to challenge his fellow colleagues and students to think about how they are creating their “Character Brand” as teachers and learners through the 1,000’s of choices they make each day.
Follow Bryan on Twitter: @Teachslate