Your voice can be your most powerful tool in the classroom

We work with individuals or groups of teachers in all kinds of schools, colleges and universities to:

  • Improve the morale of teachers who feel tired, overwhelmed and out of control
  • Increase vocal stamina and projection– without shouting
  • Maintain authority through greater presence
  • Avoid letting PowerPoint come between you and your students
  • Teach your class to use their body and voice to present themselves well

How to command attention without shouting

Using differing voice qualities in the classroom will help you keep control

  • You will sound more interesting, so they will listen to you
  • Are you using eye contact?
  • How do you look?
  • Do you have distracting mannerisms?
  • Do you move well?

Body language, clarity and vitality will win over your students and you will gain gravitas as their teacher

Find your voice and your presence – and your class will be inspired

When you gain more gravitas as a teacher – both in your voice and your posture, you will inspire better behaviour and attention from your class.

“Thank you once again for your contribution to the project. It was amazing watching Arshad (aged 17) on film – his personality has changed and he was so confident in his presentation.”
Sue Quinn, Project Manager, Living Archive

Contact Cheryl today to find out how we can help you and your teaching team communicate a greater clarity of purpose in lessons – and bring out the best in everyone involved.

Teachers rediscover their strengths and realise that they can, once again, be themselves and relish filling the space at the front of the classroom.

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