In this post I explain what a classroom audit is, show you some examples, and fill you in on how to get your own classroom audit.
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I binged The Home Edit just like the rest of America when it came out.
The beauty they created in a messy situation made my organizing heart so happy. (Plus…the rainbows. I have to admit, they grew on me!)
But I found the same criticism a lot of you probably did.
How did they get that organized? What were the strategies they used? How did they know where to start?
That starting piece is critical.
You are busy!
Your classroom might have some cluttered areas or messiness but you just don’t have time to figure out where to even start…Let alone get it organized.
That’s why I created Classroom Audits– a practical and cost efficient way to get your classroom organized with a little help from an expert!
What is a Classroom Audit
A Classroom Audit is service where you send me pictures and/or videos of your classroom. I review and respond with my recommendations on how to improve your classroom organization.
One of the biggest issues I hear from teachers is not knowing where to start.
We have SO much stuff in our classrooms and SO little time to devote to getting it all organized. Not to mention the time it takes to research ideas, strategies, and products to use.
So that’s where I come in!
When you purchase a Classroom Audit you immediately get three weeks of email access to me. Here’s how it works:
- Purchase a Classroom Audit
- You are added to the TSOT platform where you review the process, answer a few questions, and sign an agreement
- I email you a welcome email
- You respond to that email with your videos/pictures and questions
- We correspond back and forth for 3 weeks (excluding weekends) and work through your organization problems
I love this Classroom Audit process because it allows teachers to get specific help without investing tons of money into hiring a person to come in and do it for them or help them.
In fact, I worked with a teacher recently (more on that below) and she literally transformed her classroom in three weeks.
Yes, it took time on her part.
Yes, she went up on weekends during that time period.
But, if classroom organization is a priority for you and you are willing to put in a few extra hours to save yourself time in the long run, then an audit is definitely the way to go!
Past Classroom Audit Clients
Like I mentioned, I recently worked with a teacher and we organized her whole classroom in three weeks.
She is a kinder teacher at a private Christian school. When she got the job last year (her first year) she was left with tons of stuff that was outdated, useless, and taking up space.
(Anyone else have that issue?!?! ^^^)
Inside The Organized Teacher Membership she worked through getting these cabinets cleaned out. But, they were still really disorganized.
So when we worked together in a Classroom Audit, I was able to coach her on how to get her cabinets organized. Look at the difference!
In case you want to see some other Classroom Audits (these were a mini-offer I did in 2020), check out these videos.
Meredith’s Small Group Area
Mackenzie’s Teacher Desk
Laura’s Teacher Desk
Layne’s Student Desks
How to Get Your Own Classroom Audit
Getting your own Classroom Audit is really simple! Head to this page and scroll to the bottom to enroll in a Classroom Audit.
I know the question you are wondering is “how much does this cost?”
It’s a valid question and one I always want to know the answer to when I am considering purchasing a coaching package or online course.
Currently, as of January 2021, three weeks of personalized coaching is $75.
That’s only $25 a week!
During those three weeks you get unlimited access to me (okay, okay, besides weekends!) and you get all your classroom organization questions answered.
If organizing your classroom is a priority but the overwhelm of where to start or how to do it is paralyzing you, then a Classroom Audit is a great place to start!
Stop feeling overwhelmed by your disorganized classroom. Let me help you through a personalized Classroom Audit.
At the end of three weeks you will be able to breathe a sigh of relief when you walk into your classroom. The stress that a disorganized classroom carries will be gone!
If you aren’t ready to invest in a Classroom Audit, check out these other options:
- Free 5 Day Classroom Organization Challenge
- Create Classroom Organization Routines (a free downloadable guide)
- Purchase the Classroom Organization Guidebook
- Enroll in the Classroom Organization Master Class
Check out these other before/after pictures and blog posts on classroom organization coaching.
Until next time,
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