Leaving Time for Catch-Up By Sharon Collard
One of the things that drains me the most is being rushed or not having enough time to complete whatever it is we’re doing. Knowing this about myself, I decided, several years ago, to schedule in time to take a breather and to catch up on our work. When I’m writing lesson plans, I schedule four full days of work, leaving the fifth day less full with plenty of time for review and catch-up. Whatever doesn’t get completed earlier in the week is completed on Friday. This doesn’t mean that we slack off and purposefully leave work until Friday
There are some parts to planning your educational program that are the same for both junior and senior high. The graduation requirements for junior high will be different, of course, than the requirements for high school graduation, but the way in which those requirements are set is the same. Success in both junior high and high school will depend on many of the same factors, for example, the student’s attitude, his readiness to learn, how well your course of study fits your ultimate goals, and how well your requirements and assignments are communicated
Planning To Teach by Mary Schofield
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