TeacherGoals Podcast Episode 24

How to Find Joy and Laughter in Every Teaching Situation with Kc Mack

"Be relatable, bring students into your world, bring them into the inclusive inside joke and don't take yourself too seriously."

Kc Mack
Teacher & Comedian

Are you bringing joy & laughter in every teaching situation? In his episode, Kc Mack shares stories about his journey as a teacher, and how he has been successful in bringing joy and laughter to every teaching situation. He explains how comedy has allowed him to connect with educators and students on a deeper level and how it has changed his perspective on teaching and life in general. Kc highlights how laughter can be a powerful tool to help relieve stress and cope with difficult situations. Let's dig into using humor in the classrooms to connect with your students and build relationships of trust!

Kc Mack is a teacher, stand-up comedian, and screenwriter. He has been seen on America’s Got Talent, Teachers Only Comedy Tour, and Bored Teachers.  

3 TeacherGoal Tips


Tip 1:

It is important to make your students feel like they are a part of an exclusive community


Tip 2:
Building relationships with students and being inclusive are essential to creating a community


Tip 3:
To find joy and laughter in every situation you can't take yourself too seriously 

This Episode Features...

Kc Mack

Kc Mack is a teacher, stand up comedian, and screenwriter. He has been seen on America’s Got Talent, Teachers Only Comedy Tour, and Bored Teachers. 

Erica Terry, Host

Erica Terry is a 20-year educator and co-author of the Eva the Diva Girl rhyming picture book series written with her daughter, to empower young girls to build confidence and grow in self-love. She is also the founder of Healthy Wealthy Educators, where she equips teachers with actionable tools and resources to start a profitable online business and build generational wealth without stress. You can find her hanging out on Instagram @ericanterry_

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