Time Management: Stop Playing Catch-up
CEUs = .4
Location: Sandeson HS
For many teachers, it feels like there is never enough time to do everything for work and still have time to breathe, reflect, and spend time on outside interests. Time management is the thread that runs through almost all aspects of teaching — planning and organizing the day/week/month/year, dealing with interruptions, communicating with colleagues and parents, planning lessons, grading, and the list goes on. With a more efficient approach to teaching, teachers experience increased work performance and less stress, and, as a result, better personal and academic outcomes for students.
In this course, teachers will gain concrete, practical tools to assess how they currently spend their time, identify where they can streamline or eliminate tasks, manage the challenges posed by unplanned interruptions and distractions, and increase efficiency with work email, lesson and assessment planning, grading, and other daily tasks. By the end of the course, teachers will be equipped with an actionable set of best practices to successfully tackle any time management challenge—and stop playing catch-up.
Class will be built based on interest. If you or others that you know of are interested, please share this site with them and submit their interest via the email on the email interest button to the right. I will contact you within 36 hours to follow up with your request, to allow other potential candidates post their interest, as well.
In the email subject line: Interest - Time Management
Indicate your availability: Mon. - Thurs. (6:30 - 9:30)