New This Week: Teacher Workbooks, Easter Math Scoot, and Books In A Bag

This week's roundup of what's new on TeacherVision including an Easter Math Scoot and a Books In A Bag activity for your students. We also have two brand new workbooks for teacher self-care and time-management.

Updated: April 12, 2019

A lot of our content is resources for teaching from choice boards to lesson plans to themed activity packets. We know that you are always looking for new and creative ways to teach your curriculum. We also know that teaching is so much more than a new graphic organizer or best practice. In order to be your best teaching self, you have to take care of you. This week we have two brand new resources that our team and the TeacherVision Advisory Board created with you in mind.

Your Teacher Self-Care Workbook

We know that work/life balance is a myth for teachers. Our goal is to help you center yourself and create systems and routines that allow you to not only survive, but thrive. This workbook includes six ways to alleviate the day-to-day stress of teaching. We have not only shared our best tips, but we have also included handouts with exercises you can complete and strategies that you can try.

Here are the topics we cover:

  • Bring Yourself Back To The Present
  • Prioritize Your To-Do List
  • Just Because You Think It Doesn’t Make It True
  • Focus On Creating Habits Rather Than Setting Goals
  • Identify Your Non-Negotiables And Stick To Them
  • Take Care Of Yourself First

A Time-Management Workbook for Teachers

This workbook includes six ways to maximize your time, and make time for you. We all know that the workload feels endless, and there aren’t enough hours in the day to get it all done, let alone take care of you. We have shared our best tips and strategies to help you get organized and maximize the time you have. The workbook includes handouts with exercises you can complete and strategies you can try.

Here are the topics we cover:

  • Sunday Sit Down
  • Morning Routine
  • Meal Prep
  • Always Make A Plan B
  • End Of Day Organization Checklist
  • Grading Time Savers

Easter Addition Scoot

Easter is just around the corner. TeacherVision Advisory Board member, and elementary teacher, Olivia, designed an Easter addition scoot activity that you can use in the classroom to celebrate Easter and support students to practice and develop addition fluency. Added bonus: this activity gets students up out of their seats and moving.

Books In A Bag Activity

It is never too late to create a system that supports students to read at home. Olivia has included everything that you need from the bag handouts to a letter to parents to questions parents can ask their children about their reading. She also includes a fun incentive activity as well.

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Julie Mason is the Head of Content and Curriculum for TeacherVision. She brings expertise in blended and personalized learning, instructional coaching, and curriculum design to the role. She was a middle and high school English teacher for eight years and most recently taught at Dana Hall, an all-girls school in Wellesley, MA. She was a blended and personalized learning instructional coach for K-12 teachers at BetterLesson for two years, and she has presented at The National Principals Conference, ISTE, and ASCD where she shared her expertised on how instructional coaching builds teacher capacity in K-12 schools. She has extensive experience designing and facilitating professional development for teachers, and she oversees the TeacherVision advisory board.

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