Classroom Management: Use These Time-Saving Tips

All teachers are strapped for time. Whether we’re grading papers, monitoring recess, coaching volley ball or just waiting for the next class to start, all educators have less and less time in the day.

So today, contributing writer Jordan Catapano offers up some time-honored tips to help you save that precious commodity.

From limiting the number of times you check e-mail to relying less on paper to taking better advantage of early morning hours, our suggestions will help you not only save time but accomplish even more during the waking hours.

Elsewhere on today, we examine anti-bulling tactics (split up by grade level) that you can utilize today to combat that ongoing problem.

Some of these tips include teaching kids it’s OK to say “No,” creating posters that display the evils of bullying, and instructing kids to stay together in groups.

October is Bully Prevention Month, so over the course of the next few weeks, we’ll be addressing a variety of anti-bullying tactics. Be sure to check back every day for helpful tips and strategies!

As always, remember’s mission is to improve the quality of education by making available the most current and comprehensive content for all K-12 Educators.

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