Organising your Classroom in 5 Easy Steps

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Organising your classroom can be a challenge. Amidst the whirlwind of daily activities, constant paperwork, and a myriad of resources, it can be daunting to maintain a well-organised learning environment. But what if there was an easier way? 

The course draws inspiration from the KonMari method. However, it’s important to clarify that we’re not strictly applying the Kondo way. Instead, we’re adopting its core principles – simplicity, effectiveness, and joy – and adapting them to the unique environment of a classroom.

‘Organising your classroom’ is designed to help you declutter, reorganise and transform your classroom from chaotic to captivating, all while maintaining a sense of fun and ease.

These 5 steps form the backbone of organising your classroom

How organised are you

How does the course work?

Each week, the video tutorial will unpack the concept of the week and offer a practical task to complete. The tutorial will equip you with the concept and practical tasks for the week – all you have to do is watch, absorb, and act.

Organising your classroom is more than a simple tidy-up exercise. It’s a journey of discovery, introspection, and transformation that impacts your teaching environment and, by extension, your teaching approach. It’s about creating a classroom that enhances the learning experience, reduces stress, and ultimately makes teaching a more enjoyable and fulfilling endeavour.

So, if you’re tired of wading through clutter and chaos, ‘Organising Your Classroom’ is the perfect solution. As educators, we have a critical role in shaping the learning environment for our students. This course is a crucial first step towards creating a peaceful, orderly classroom where learning can truly thrive.

What does it cost?

Organising Your Classroom

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If you don’t feel that ‘Organising Your Classroom’ can help you transform your teacher life; use the connect form, or email me within 14 days and I’ll refund your purchase in full. No questions asked.

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If you want to, you can read ‘Teacher in Control’ by Sylvia Skinner first, and then take the course to help you implement what you’ve learned better.

The course videos are dropped to you in weekly bite sizes to get it done in 5 weeks. 

Or you can take longer than 5 weeks as you have the materials forever for your own personal use.

2 hours max per week. One to study and the other to implement in your life and work.

You get to keep the course materials forever, for your personal use only.

The course videos and materials are accessed online, at I Love To Teach 101.

We have a 14 day, 100% money back Guarantee, no questions asked. Use the I Love to Teach connect form or email me before 14 days (after your purchase), and I’ll refund your purchase in full. No questions asked.

When you have completed the course.

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I am really excited about what I Love to Teach has to offer. It's a real way to support us in our busy and often overworked occupation.
Sylvia has a unique blend of professional expertise, ability to motivate and at the same time make the whole experience enjoyable.
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Teacher in Control - A complete classroom organisation guide

Learn how to change or enhance your mindset to create a productive learning environment with tools, tips, and real-world experiences in this helpful classroom organisation guide. 

‘Teacher in Control’ is included in the classroom organisation course but you can purchase the book on Amazon for less than a dollar. A substantial part of the book’s revenue directly helps teachers in need in the Solomon Islands.

Former Principal Dr Melissa Caudle now author, writes that, Teacher in Control by Sylvia Skinner is an example of an effective handbook that any educator can refer to, regardless of experience. You’ll not only be shown actionable steps to establish and maintain an organised classroom, but you will come to understand the philosophy behind organising your classroom.

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How organised are you really?

TAKE the 3 min quiz and find out

For every minute spent in organising, an hour is earned.

Benjamin Franklin