I have something great coming up tomorrow. I get to teach a quilting class.
And I'm thrilled.
And a teeny bit terrified.
You see, my profession is teaching. Math. In college. So I'm home in front of a class.
So this is the first time for me to teach stuff people actually want to learn from me. By choice, you know?
That's TOTALLY DIFFERENT!
I want my students to be more excited about quilting when they walk out of the classroom than they were when they walked in.
So I'm going to do my very best. I'm going to learn names. I'll be encouraging. I'm going to speak clearly and have good visuals that will help everyone follow along and feel comfortable. I'll be approachable, yet I'll make sure that we accomplish our goals in the set time frame. I'm going to be flexible.
And I'm bringing homemade cookies.
Any advice to share with me?