Strategies to Reduce Your Workload

We know you are working harder than ever and want what’s best for your students. With more and more expectations being added to your plate, it’s hard to get everything done, and the day isn’t getting any longer. So how can you squeeze more time out of your already crowded days? While it’s easier said than done, the key is to be more efficient with the limited time available.

In this collection, we’ll share ideas for how you can reduce your workload and save time by being more efficient. We want to free you up to be able to spend more time on what matters most . . . yourself, your family and your friends after hours and your students and colleagues during the work day. There is no one-size fits all recipe that will magically give you more hours in your day. However, we will share ideas and strategies that have worked for some teachers. If they’ve worked for others, they may work for you as well. Browse the list, and find something that you think will work in your situation. Give it a try, and see if you can reduce your workload and reclaim some valuable time in your workday and beyond.

Reduce Your Workload Through Efficient Planning

Examine seven strategies for reducing your workload by making your planning more efficient.

Best Practices 9 min Grades K-5, 3-6, 6-12 Resource by:

Reduce Your Workload With Efficient, Meaningful Grading

Explore twelve strategies to save time grading and reduce your workload.

Best Practices 12 min Grades K-5, 3-6, 6-12 Resource by:

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