Do you spend your weekends prepping for the next week of school?
So many teachers spend Sunday night planning for the following week and then running to the copy machine early Monday morning to make copies for the day. If you're guilty of this, this episode of Real Teacher Talk is for you because I’m sharing my top tips for getting planned before the weekend so you can actually enjoy your days off.
This topic is a pretty big deal for teachers, so it’s something that I go into more detail on in my Easy Organization Tools program. However, I grabbed the most important tips from there to share with you so that you can get out of this rut.
I know what it feels like to spend hours planning and prepping. I didn’t want to use my weekend planning for the following week either, and when I learned that other teachers do that, I wanted to be able to help and make it a little easier for them.
You shouldn’t have to spend your weekends working or preparing for work when you are supposed to be resting and recharging. You deserve to unwind and relax.
In Today’s Episode We Discuss:
- How to plan ahead for the month
- Why you should stay late once a week to plan ahead
- Organization tips for keeping everything together
- The benefits of having a home for everything
- The way I have my cubbies organized
I hope you find this episode helpful! My goal for you is that you can tidy up quickly, change out your schedules, pull out your copies, get your plan book ready, and leave school on Friday quickly after the bell rings with peace of mind knowing that everything is ready to go.
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