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Don't let your 'about me' bio or intro block student engagement

Did you know that your 'about me' educator intro is likely one of the very first things your students look at?

Yet students report that most intro's are actually blocking engagement!

Learn how to fix yours now

First impressions affect drop-out rates and willingness to engage ratios, and quickly gaining the trust and engagement of our students is critical. And where do students go to get that first impression? Your teacher bio or introduction page!


Regardless of how your program is being taught, those intros or ‘about me’ descriptions really do matter.

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However, my research has shown that students believe those teacher bios are actively blocking engagement. As a result you’re missing a key opportunity to build trust and engagement – two things that are absolutely critical in online education.


Don’t worry – I’ve worked with a communications expert to design and test the perfect formula, and every participant in this webinar will be walked through the process of writing their self-introduction in a way that resonates with students and prompts them to make contact.


The detailed workbook includes all the templates for ongoing use. It also features a link to bonus content about how to take effective notes.

Previous participants have said:

  • A topic I’ve never given much thought to, but gosh, it makes so much sense

  • Having followed this advice and rewritten my introduction, I’m immediately seeing results

  • The workbook is just brilliant

  • I love research-driven PD, you know your time is being well spent


Register for 18th August

11am AEST (Brisbane time)

Presented live from my green screen studio

Includes 30-days access to this topic on-demand

Contact me for bulk registrations or other queries

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