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Feeling scatter brained and stressed? Prioritize your daily activities at school by using this To Do list template. Be able to glance at what needs to graded and what needs to be prepped for the future.
Here are some tips to make this product effective:
In the number 1 blank start by writing something you have already done or will do with in the first hour of school. Example: Send IEP input. When you start your day with priority #1 already done it encourages you to continue being productive.
In the number 2-4 list activities other than grading or prepping.
Let's face it, grading isn't the most exciting thing to do and is often neglected. In this section list assignments that need to be graded that day, or break up an assignment into smaller sections. For example: if grading a project for 6 class periods break them into smaller sections like Periods 1-2, 3-4, 5-6. This will allow you to not overwhelm yourself daily.
In this section list activities that need to be done for the day first. Then list activities that should be completed before the next day. This seems like common sense.
However often enough we may complete easy tasks that are not a priority and procrastinate tasks that may take longer. This leaves you scrambling to complete the task at hand and maybe even cutting corners.
If you have a happy planner the measurements for the list is aligned with the Classic Happy Planner size and hole punch. So print, punch, and insert this into your Teacher Planner by The Happy Planner.
If you like this product look for the Weekly To Do List soon to come. This will include posting and grading assignments weekly and reminders.