Imposter Syndrome, Ego, and Learn as we Go with Meta

Course Introduction

Meta considers contextual and self-awareness to be vital both for personal growth and when engaging with others. Confront self-doubt, ego, and fear to evolve your teaching practice.

Course Overview
hr of professional learning

Why Meta

Meta is a global technology company whose products have shaped the way that millions of people connect, socialise, and play.

Competing for attention in an increasingly technological world requires a deep understanding of how to connect with others. Join Meta as they share insights and processes they use to make creative, engaging experiences.

What you'll learn
  • Overcoming self-doubt habit loops
  • Understanding Imposter Syndrome
  • Contextual awareness and learning from mistakes
  • Evolving processes by always being in Beta

What to Expect

"It's not often teachers have time to reflect on their own pedagogy. The focus of this PD on reflection was beneficial, especially when guided by the videos. It gave me a lot to consider."
English / History Teacher
"I have felt like the content of this course has been the best I have done in a while. I often feel like I have a handle on much of the course content in many experiences, but these challenge my thinking."
Dr Jonathon Mascorella
Coordinator of Innovation
Loreto Kirribilli
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