Let me Show You Something Even Better
I was reading a bunch of posts on social media the other day (that’s my clever way of saying I was “facebooking”) and I noticed a load of teachers talking about how they made New Year’s Resolutions to “be organized” in their classrooms.
Some were laughing.
Some were serious.
Others still, were seriously laughing.
But it made a “ding” with me. When I think of organized I think of, “A place for everything and everything in its place.” Which, I suppose is great, but it always leaves me hanging a bit. You see I am a woman of movement, doing, going. I also know that most teachers are in motion. Seriously, how could you not be, with 20+ other people constantly in your space?
This means we need more than just a place to keep stuff. We need a system for collecting, dispersing, and re-collecting. Then we need to save, stack, and store. We need organization that flows!
To help you along with flowing organization, today I share with you 3 easy-to-implement systems that I used in my classroom. These systems worked so well for me in the classroom, I brought them home with me for my office. You can see them in today’s video.
So, if you resolved to be organized in 2013- or even if you didn’t- today’s Zap of Wynn will give you a great jumping off point for smoother sailing every day in your classroom.
Enjoy! And be sure to leave me a comment under the video! I love hearing from you.