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Apr 24, 2022

We all want to work smarter, not harder … and that doesn’t require a complete overhaul of your teaching practice or a brand new innovative workflow.

Small changes in daily habits and mindset shifts can add up to big results, and I’ve invited 4 teachers to share what’s made the difference for them:

  1. The MVP principle and timer when lesson planning (LB Blackwell)
  2. Using a turn-in sheet for student work to speed up grading (Christina Rudd)
  3. Simplifying and automating email with parents (Christie Manners)
  4. Not having kids turn every assignment in and using less paper (Becky Teater)

These teachers cut back on the amount of time they spend working WITHOUT sacrificing their instructional quality or shortchanging students and families. They’re proof that it’s possible to do a great job for kids without working endlessly on nights and weekends.

Want more support in reducing your workload? Check out the 40 Hour Teacher Workweek program these 4 educators completed: https://join.40htw.com

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