Advice to help teachers balance leadership and classroom duties

08/22/2013 | Guardian (London), The

United Kingdom teacher leader Matt Grant offers five tips he has learned to balance the workload of his roles running a department and teaching in a classroom. In this blog post, Grant, a special-education needs coordinator, writes that he often puts his leadership duties on hold to focus on something new in the classroom to maintain his creative "buzz" from teaching and makes a point to set a classroom routine in the beginning of the year to make it easier to manage his classroom.

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