Personal and Time Management for New Teachers
Check out our list of tips for personal and time management for new teachers.
A mental vacation will keep you alert and engaged for extended periods. Consider a goal you have. Close your eyes and imagine that you are in someplace else other than the demands of the class.
Set up a smooth school preparation routine. Once things are organized, you are in a better frame to begin the day with learners. Have your satchel packed and by the door.
Carry breath mints handy. After talking with learners for a period of time, you need to freshen your breath.
Throughout the class, provide stretch breaks. If learners sit for long periods, ask the learners to stand for a stretch break.
Don’t be afraid to say no to volunteer requests if you do not have the time available. This may take practice, but you need to know your limitations. A full schedule does not have room for extras.
Reassess how you are using the twenty-four hours in a day. Working smarter will help you to
Focus on all your routines, activities, and lists in your mind. Understand what needs to be accomplished today, tomorrow, and shortly.