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What Happens When You Create and Stick to Routines

What Happens When You Create and Stick to Routines | One of the best pieces of advice I could give to any teacher is to establish daily routines at the very beginning of the year. Not only will creating routines help you manage all there is to accomplish in the classroom every day, but it also provides much needed structure for your students. Let me share with you a few tips on how to organize your day, how routines benefit you, and advice for sticking to them. | everythingjustso.org

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Three Solutions That Will Make Sub Prep Simple

Three Solutions That Will Make Sub Prep Simple | Planning to be out of the classroom is never easy, but scrambling to throw together lesson plans for a substitute you weren't expecting is far worse. There are three things you can do now to make lesson planning for a substitute easier. Follow these easy steps and you’ll be prepared for an unexpected or planned absence from the very beginning of the school year. | everythingjustso.org

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What You Need to Know to Streamline Your Lesson Planning Process

What You Need to Know to Streamline Your Lesson Planning | Lesson planning doesn’t need to be a chore. Establishing routines and using a planning approach can go a long way to simplifying your lesson planning process. Here are four simple steps that streamlined my lesson planning process and saved me hours of time. | everythingjustso.org

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Determine Importance: Time to Drop What Doesn't Matter

Determine Importance: Time to Drop What Doesn’t Work | The first step in simplifying your workload as a teacher is to determine importance. Deciding importance will guide all of your decisions as an educator - what you teach, how you teach, the teaching resources you use, and how you spend your time. Dropping what doesn’t work not only simplifies your workload, but also improves your performance as an educator. Guide sheets included help you through the process. | everythingjustso.org

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