Part 4 – 15 Ways to Become a Smarter Teacher

30 Nov

How often do we use the phrase, “Work smarter, not harder?” As we are in the midst of an educational revolution, it is clear that this phrase encapsulates our careers. While we straddle the blurred line between past, present and future pedagogy and methodology, we as educators must do a little bit of everything. It is hard work!

In Ian Jukes‘s most recent post, he highlights 16 strategies teachers can use to guide themselves towards workplace efficiency. I will post one strategy each day for the next 16 days.


Click Here for the Ian Jukes article – Part 4


One Response to “Part 4 – 15 Ways to Become a Smarter Teacher”

  1. mldonahoe December 2, 2012 at 6:33 pm #

    Drew, Thank you so much for taking the time to look at these great resources to help us, as our Principal to learn more about great teaching strategies. Do we know it all??? Well speaking for myself NO. I know times are changing and I need reminders. Your postings are a great examples for us to open our minds to becomes excellent teachers. You are our Principal BUT you are also a teacher. As the ‘ole song goes “You can’t have one without the other”. You need to know how to teach to be a Principal. It just is!!!

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