Seven Time-Management Sanity Savers
Each time the author asks teachers what their biggest stressor is, they say: "There aren't enough hours in the day!" he can relate. The author used to be a teacher, and on a typical day he would have to call a parent, read students' work, photocopy papers, and sort hands-on materials - that was just before 9 a.m. By the time he fell into bed at midnight, he was exhausted, but his mind still raced. Finally, he learned how to control his time instead of letting it control him. This paper explains how he did it.