You may not be able to add more time to your day, but these seven time management resources will make you feel like you did.Aug 18, 2020
As a high school teacher, the days are long, the classes are short, and the prep time is scarce. Needless to say, it often feels like there aren’t enough hours in the day, especially now with additional dynamics due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The bad news is you can’t add more time to your day. The good news is you can use the time you do have more efficiently with these seven time management resources.
- Many high school teachers have to plan for multiple subjects across multiple grade levels, making it imperative that they learn how to plan lessons effectively in a time-efficient manner.
- High school teachers in Arizona see an average of 25.9 students per class period. That creates a lot of assignments to grade! Here are 20 ways to cut grading time in half.
- High school teachers are tasked with much more than just planning and grading. This list of 11 time-saving tips will help increase efficiency in areas you may have overlooked.
- While every high school teacher runs short on time, none feel the constraints of the clock more than first-year high school teachers. These tips can help new high school teachers save time and sanity.
- Ever feel like you spend too much time reinventing the wheel? This comprehensive collection of high school teaching materials can help combat that feeling and free up your schedule.
- Who better to give advice on saving time as a high school teacher than a fellow high school teacher?! These time management tips from a high school art teacher can be adapted to fit any high school classroom.
- While a teacher’s work is never done, protecting personal time is essential. Dave Stuart Jr., best-selling author and high school teacher, explains how setting a work schedule can protect high school teachers’ time and sanity.