071. The IDEAL End of the Year Checklist to Save Your Sanity
The end of the year can be an exhausting and challenging time for everyone. Not only are our bodies beginning to feel beat from the school year but we are experiencing more deadlines, to-dos, and constant battles with keeping our students engaged.
Using strategies that will help you be proactive are essential during these crazy times, and in today’s episode we have just the thing! As you might know, our 2021-2022 Digital Planners have launched and are available for purchase. You can find them HERE. Today we are going to share one of our favorite elements of our digital planner… checklists!
We give a peek into our End of the Year Checklist, the categories, tasks and examples of what you can already be considering as this year comes to a close.
In this episode we share:
How you can have your students start to help with tasks around the room
How to be proactive in completing the mounds of paper
Areas to clean, organize and purge in your classroom
How to keep track of materials and begin planning for the next year
What to do with all the technology (we even give some helpful tips!)
What to consider before you leave your classroom
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