Like most teachers, you want to use your life to make an impact — not only in the classroom, but in your family, community, and the world.
And yet it feels impossible to have that focus when you’re exhausted and overwhelmed.
How can you give the best of yourself when you’re bogged down with mundane tasks and unfulfilling obligations?
You really can’t do it all ... and you don't have to try.
You just need to STOP and GET CLARITY about what's most important, so you know where to focus.
I designed this course to help you figure out how to use your time in ways that make an impact.
It takes all the key principles from the Fewer Things Better book and puts them into a step-by-step system.
Use the course to help you uncover how you want to be using your time (both in and outside the classroom).
The FTB Project includes a downloadable workbook to help you get clarity on what matters most:
PART ONE: Priorities in Life
After you complete the workbook, you'll have a clear understanding of the best and highest use of your time (inside and outside the classroom).
You'll also see a clear path to creating daily routines and habits which allow you to prioritize things that make the biggest impact for you personally and professionally.
You should participate in the Fewer Things Better Project if you want to:
More resources will be added here over time, including tips, photos, and strategies from other teachers who participated in the project. You'll get to share what "fewer things better" looks like in your life, and see what others have done to simplify and streamline.
Angela is a National Board Certified Teacher with 11 years of experience in the classroom and 10 years in instructional coaching. As founder of Due Season Press and Educational Services, she has created printable curriculum resources, online courses, 5 books, the Truth for Teachers podcast, and the 40 Hour Teacher Workweek Club. She's been sharing ideas online via the TheCornerstoneForTeachers.com since 2003.
This course will help you figure out what's most important in your life AND your teaching.
You can re-define the expectations others place on you.
You can question school and societal norms.
You can carve out your own unique path.
Ready to focus on what matters most?