I love the first day of class.
It’s like trying out a new restaurant, hiking into unchartered territory, or ( fill in the blank ).
I’m always excited to see what the students will be like, and how our interactions will play out. With this in mind, I’ve always been intrigued on how best to present myself to students, and really how to do this in general, throughout all social interactions.
Yesterday, Barbara Sakamoto was kind enough to share a guest post of mine on her blog, which is one of my favorites for its direction (community-oriented) and its diversity (global village of voices).
Without further ado, I give you 10 tips for a great first impression in the classroom.