Small steps lead to massive actions so Joshua Becker as a bestselling author can be an excellent guide along your clutter-free journey. Some of the steps include: Stop the flow of things coming in; Decide not to Keep Things out of Guilt or Obligation; and Declutter the Easy Stuff First.
Teachers are among professionals who face a high level of clutter due to the nature of their job. Zen Habits discloses 5-minute decluttering activities so that your energy stays unblocked and your table clean!
Although this article deals with packing your classroom at the end of the year, many tips included can be applied on a regular basis. This list is quite straightforward and it is effective because it shows us that stress-free classroom is easier to create than what we imagined. As a special cherry on the cake, there is a bucket list with tools of the trade which will simplify your move.
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Japanese technique of cleaning up is shared in a bestselling book of Marie Kondo. She managed to add her personality in her clean condo; and now she as a Japanese cleaning consultant helps us overcome our own internal incompleteness and external messes.
In this text Kenneth Beare shows to us that in ESL/EFL classroom some props are often not included in a teaching process, which is a shame. After reading this text you will find new ways to use coloured chalks, old photos and puppets, to name a few, even if you teach the other subject than English.
Denny Sargent reminded us of ten props that every teacher should have in their classroom to increase storytelling and participation of students. The best part in the list - those props are not expensive to find and heavy to carry.