E26: We All Have That One Teacher

Check out the new episode dedicated to Teacher Appreciation Week here.

 Who is the person that has impacted you the most? Often, we may report that it was a teacher or a mentor that helped guide us, shape us, and or changed our lives. Therefore, in honor of Teacher Appreciation Week, Alysa gives a Best Forevers shout-out to teachers, coaches, mentors, and advisers by talking about the teachers who impacted her, sharing listener letters about their favorite teachers, and interviewing the Director of Academic Advising at University of Southern Florida, Cayla Lanier, and professor friends K. Sue Young and Howard Travis from Mansfield University of Pennsylvania. Specifically, Cayla and Alysa talk about how we can be that “person” to students by developing relationships with them while Sue and Howard share their friendship origin story with Alysa and talk about being student-centered as well as how students can build relationships with their professors. So, put aside what you know about teachers, and start to consider the genuine and authentic relationships among teachers and students!    Share Your Friendship Stories with Alysa!    Visit the podcast web page  =  www.bestforeverspod.com/surveys    Email Alysa  =  bestforeverspod@gmail.com    Follow Best Forevers Pod!    Facebook  =  https://www.facebook.com/groups/bestforeverspod/    Instagram  =  https://www.instagram.com/bestforeverspod/    Twitter  =  https://twitter.com/BestForeversPod    Support Best Forevers Pod!    Patreon  =  www.patreon.com/bestforeverspod    Sue & Howard’s Oral Communication textbook    https://www.amazon.com/Oral-Communication-Skills-Choices-Consequences/dp/1478635797/ref=dp_ob_title_bk    Sue & Howard’s Business Professional textbook    https://www.amazon.com/Business-Professional-Communication-Practical-Effectiveness/dp/157766714X/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8    Sue & Howard’s Nonverbal Communication textbook    https://www.amazon.com/Communicating-Nonverbally-Practical-Presenting-Effectively-ebook/dp/B00HFZXIHK/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8

Who is the person that has impacted you the most? Often, we may report that it was a teacher or a mentor that helped guide us, shape us, and or changed our lives. Therefore, in honor of Teacher Appreciation Week, Alysa gives a Best Forevers shout-out to teachers, coaches, mentors, and advisers by talking about the teachers who impacted her, sharing listener letters about their favorite teachers, and interviewing the Director of Academic Advising at University of Southern Florida, Cayla Lanier, and professor friends K. Sue Young and Howard Travis from Mansfield University of Pennsylvania. Specifically, Cayla and Alysa talk about how we can be that “person” to students by developing relationships with them while Sue and Howard share their friendship origin story with Alysa and talk about being student-centered as well as how students can build relationships with their professors. So, put aside what you know about teachers, and start to consider the genuine and authentic relationships among teachers and students! 

Share Your Friendship Stories with Alysa!

Visit the podcast web page = www.bestforeverspod.com/surveys

Email Alysa = bestforeverspod@gmail.com

Follow Best Forevers Pod!

Facebook = https://www.facebook.com/groups/bestforeverspod/

Instagram = https://www.instagram.com/bestforeverspod/

Twitter = https://twitter.com/BestForeversPod

Support Best Forevers Pod!

Patreon = www.patreon.com/bestforeverspod

Sue & Howard’s Oral Communication textbook

https://www.amazon.com/Oral-Communication-Skills-Choices-Consequences/dp/1478635797/ref=dp_ob_title_bk

Sue & Howard’s Business Professional textbook

https://www.amazon.com/Business-Professional-Communication-Practical-Effectiveness/dp/157766714X/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8

Sue & Howard’s Nonverbal Communication textbook

https://www.amazon.com/Communicating-Nonverbally-Practical-Presenting-Effectively-ebook/dp/B00HFZXIHK/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8