Hellenic English Council is offering a seminar for Language School owners and English language teachers on March 20th, 2019 in Parthenon Hotel (Makri 6 str., Acropolis Underground Station).

10.00 – 12.00 a.m.
Title: Bad or Sad? Beat the Imposter Syndrome in your Classroom
Presenter: Manitsa Natasa

This session will look at ways to encourage your students and build up their self-esteem through teaching techniques which will be presented.

“Low self-esteem is like driving through life with your hand brake on” – Maxwell Maltz
What are these agonized self-doubt, dark thoughts appearing in the middle of the night? Is the thought of failing making you want to give up? Well, just a little bit of failure could be the new success. After all, it’s all about self-confidence, and that is something you learn to build up because the challenging world of business, studies, expectations, and life, in general, can easily deflate it.

In this workshop, we will have a look at what’s causing this “bad teacher/student self-doubt epidemic” and what we can do to help boost self-confidence, through teaching techniques that at the same time enhance language learning.

Natassa Manitsa holds a BA in Educational Psychology (University of Athens, Greece), a Diploma in Translation and British Studies (Institute of Linguists, London) ,a Diploma in Digital and Social Media Marketing (American College, Greece) and an MSc in School Psychology (Canterbury Christ Church University, Uk). She has worked as a teacher, a school owner, a teacher trainer, a director of studies, an author and translator for more than 25 years. She has travelled extensively, delivering seminars and workshops all over Europe, Latin America and the Middle East. For the last 12 years, she is the Marketing Communications Manager of Express Publishing, a Senior Teacher Trainer and the Chief Editor of the Teacher’s Corner site of Express Publishing. She is also the creator, producer, and co-presenter of the educational podcast Teacher’s Coffee.

To book a place please call: 2105236253 or email: up to Monday, March 18th.