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OnlineBound Podcast #60

Aude Bellezanne on giving herself permission to fail and work on her own terms

May 9, 2024

In this episode, Aude Bellezanne and I talk about the benefits of a supportive community. She shares her insights about how her mindset and approach to teaching have transformed.

After receiving her teacher training in isolation during Covid, Aude had a lot of clients but was overwhelmed. She knew she wanted to make changes and that she needed support to do it.

After joining the Smart Teacher’s Library, she learned that she could charge more and say no without second-guessing herself. She also discovered the power of teaching asynchronously.

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About Aude Bellezanne

My name is Aude and I was a language enthusiast long before I became a French teacher. I don’t like long grammatical explanations and I think it’s best to take small chunks and use them right away, adding to your growing knowledge. Learning is hard work, so it should be fun! And to do that, you have to get started… and be Fearless !

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OnlineBound is created and produced by Elena Mutonono and edited by Hanna James. Podcast notes, graphic design, and tech support by Jessica Gardner. Podcast music by James Martin.

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