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Could voice coaching help teachers control their classes?

Posted on: 27th Mar 2014

Should teachers get voice coaching to help manage their classes

A Sunday Times article discussed the effectiveness of tone and voice when controlling their classes. It discusses how getting the right tone of voice can be tremendously helpful for teacher’s levels of authority and ability to control a class. Getting this vocal tone right can be challenging especially for some female staff.

Another voice issue that teachers experience is protecting and taking care of your voice as a “tool of the trade”, it’s clearly an issue when too much strain is placed on the voice and results in teachers having to take time off with lost voices. There are many ways to protect against this.

If you’d like to know more about voice coaching and how it can help you enhance your authority within class, perhaps as a useful inset day topic,  please contact us.