If you are one of those teachers who is exhausted by the time your planning period comes and you sit and stare at your list of to do's not knowing where to start and how to get stuff done...you are definitely going to love this episode. There is a unique challenge that we face as educators and that's called decision fatigue. In this episode, I'm joined by Stephanie Palovchik who is a teacher time management expert where she's going to share with us the 3 simple steps to managing and maximizing your planning time and reduce stress.
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