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4 years ago
I've been teaching for around 20 years.  I work most every night except Friday nights.  I work all Sunday afternoons.  Teaching is my life.  In order to be a GREAT teacher, this is the only way it works for me.  

My question is:   Have any of you found a way to not work 24/7?    Is there any other way to keep up with the latest research and create awesome standards-based lesson plans?
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4 years ago
Quote from mhjackson@nrms.k12.nc.us
I've been teaching for around 20 years. ?I work most every night except Friday nights. ?I work all Sunday afternoons. ?Teaching is my life. ?In order to be a GREAT teacher, this is the only way it works for me. ?

My question is: ? Have any of you found a way to not work 24/7? ? ?Is there any other way to keep up with the latest research and create awesome standards-based lesson plans?

I go earlier in the morning. I work from home 2 to 3 hours every day. I work Friday and Saturday morning. That way, I can be free Saturday and Sunday. Sometime, I have to work Sunday afternoon, but I try to stick to my plan.
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11 months ago
10 Great Lesson Planning Templates and Resources

https://www.teachingchannel.org/blog/2014/02/06/lesson-planning-templates/#more-100284
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11 months ago
Quote from Mariel Gomez de la Torre
10 Great Lesson Planning Templates and Resources

https://www.teachingchannel.org/blog/2014/02/06/lesson-planning-templates/#more-100284

You must be a registered user of the site to access the downloadable Tch Lesson Plan Template.

Last updated: 11 months ago

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11 months ago
Quote from Mariel Gomez de la Torre
Quote from mhjackson@nrms.k12.nc.us
I've been teaching for around 20 years. ?I work most every night except Friday nights. ?I work all Sunday afternoons. ?Teaching is my life. ?In order to be a GREAT teacher, this is the only way it works for me. ?

My question is: ? Have any of you found a way to not work 24/7? ? ?Is there any other way to keep up with the latest research and create awesome standards-based lesson plans?

I go earlier in the morning. I work from home 2 to 3 hours every day. I work Friday and Saturday morning. That way, I can be free Saturday and Sunday. Sometime, I have to work Sunday afternoon, but I try to stick to my plan.

Good for you. You need to take time for yourself so that you can be there for the students.
7 months ago
A lesson plan is your recipe for success. It all takes time no matter what. Check out Edutopia for suggestions too.

https://www.edutopia.org/blog/new-teacher-lesson-planning-lisa-dabbs
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