I am the queen of the to-do list. Seriously. I have at least half a dozen going at all times, from projects for the next ten years to what to get done while my little one naps. And the list of teacher to-do’s is endless. But we’ve been talking about making the classroom more positive for students and for us, so I want to talk about transitioning the to-do list to a to-done list.
You’ve probably heard of to-done lists, and there’s more info about them here, here, here, and here. Most productivity people seem to agree that they’re less anxiety-provoking and more accurate than to-do lists. I want to talk about how they’re especially important for teachers. Continue reading