As teachers, we are all exhausted after the last two years.
The Organized Teacher Framework™ will directly address that exhaustion through simple & organization strategies.
I once worked with a teacher who got to work two hours before school started every day to prepare for the day ahead. Then she would stay one to two hours after school to grade, answer emails, attend meetings, and get her classroom ready for another day.
Maybe you don’t get to school two hours early every day.
But I bet you take work home?
Or go up to school on the weekends to “get ahead” but after three hours you realize you are no more ready for Monday than you were before you got there…
“Since Kelly started working with me, my organizational skills in my classroom have improved 100%. I have a space for my lesson materials for each day of the week, organized by subject. I have completely reorganized my closets per Kelly’s advice and now I can find things without spending several minutes looking for what I need. My teaching has greatly improved because everything has a place and now I spend more time teaching than stressing because I can’t find something…Thanks Kelly!!!!”
Leave school at a decent time without taking working home?
Manage student behavior with positive reinforcement?
Create an organized AND well managed classroom?
Maintain organization throughout the school year?
Data shows us that new teachers enter the “survival” phase of teaching around October and dip all the way down to “disillusionment” at the semester break.
But for anyone who has been teaching longer than one year, we know that teachers go through these phases year after year, no matter your amount of experience.
Prepare for the inevitable and set yourself up for success by creating an organized classroom and avoid some of that “Shock-tober Stress”
Sure, organizing a classroom takes time and you have to know what you are doing so you don’t waste all your time.
But it doesn’t have to be hard.
Classroom Organization is more than just a pretty classroom. It’s your routines, management, and flow all seamlessly blended together. Once you get your routines and systems in place, your classroom organization is DONE! All that’s left is staying consistent with practicing all the systems you put in place.
Yes. It’s really that simple!
No one should be getting to work hours before school starts and staying hours after it’s over. No ma’am! (That’s what I told my teacher friend who was spending so much extra time at school.)
After putting a few simple systems, boundaries, and organization strategies in place, she was able to reduce her extra time spent at school. All we did was organize her classroom with systems that were practical and easy to maintain.
This meant less time figuring out where things belong and more time focusing on her students.
I can help you do that, too…
“Oh my gosh, today I used your tips :). I started the grand task of organizing my cabinets. I put in three hours and I’m almost done with the huge task! I came in with a plan and now I feel calm and proud with the accomplishment. It was actually very satisfying to see what I had and to see what I do not use. I tucked away a lot of materials so that I can introduce them properly throughout the year! I’m super happy with how it turned out. Thank you for the tips and encouragement!”
+ Training on Goal Setting as a teacher
+ 50 page workbook to walk you through each part of creating your classroom organization plan
+ Self Care: How to Avoid Burnout
+ Self Care: Self Confidence as a Teacher
+ Self Care: Ways to Stay Motivated as a Teacher
+ Self Care: Budgeting as a Teacher
+ Time Management: How to Plan Your Time at School
+ Time Management: 7 Ways to Manage Time with Student
+ Types of Behavior Management Plans
+ Student Management and Daily Routines
+ Cooperative Learning and Community Building
+ Handling Consequences and Discipline
+ Simple Attention Getters
+ Differentiation Strategies
+ Classroom Management Strategies for High School Teachers
+ How to Set up a Classroom
+ Classroom Organization Made Simple Workbook and Process
+ Decorating Tips for the Classroom
+ Teacher Organization Strategies
+ Student Material Organization Strategies
+ Station Organization
+ Paper Organization
+ High School Organization Strategies
The last two years have been extra rough on teachers. Your jobs completely changed overnight and you went with it. These additional lessons are included as an extra bonus to help you get prepared for the first week of school.
Lessons valued at $37 but free for you when you join!
“Thank you so much! I am a veteran teacher (28 years and could have retired already) who has been exploring new ideas this summer. I have enjoyed your website as well as the course. Before school begins, I am looking forward to implementing your strategies and completely turning my classroom upside down, cleaning it out and starting fresh!”
You can find everything you need in less than a minute…
Everything has a home and both you and your students know where things go…
Leaving work on time becomes the new norm, not the exception…
Enroll before this clock hits “0” and you’ll be entered into a drawing for 5 prizes! Plus, everyone gets access to the Year at a Glance Training + Workbook
When you enroll by the time the clock hits zero!
I really enjoyed The Organized Teacher Framework course. The self-pace was great to really take as much time as needed to be successful in achieving the goal. I took the course this past summer and I feel like a more prepared teacher because of it. My confidence in my teaching ability grew. Thank you so much!
“I felt lost and unsure about classroom organization. Then I purchased The Organized Teacher Framework. The course helped me in how to setup my classroom. It showed me some useful time management strategies. The course was really effective and helpful in letting me start the year with confidence and helped me to be more stable in organizing myself as a teacher and areas in my classroom.”
Is this course only for new teachers?
Nope! In fact, most of the teachers who have already purchased the course are not new teachers. The framework is applicable to any teacher who wants to create an organized classroom. If you want to avoid the “I’m still missing things in November” or the “OMG I’m so overwhelmed feeling” then this course is for you- no matter your level of experience!
What grade level is this course for?
My experience is in elementary so many of the things I talk about are geared towards that group of teachers. However, I do have two specific lessons for High School teachers on organization and management as well as numerous secondary teachers who have purchased and taken the course!
What’s the price and what is included?
The course is $167 when paid in full. There are also two payment plans available if you’d like (see below for more info on that). Included are 4 modules with video teaching (over 3+ hours of teaching), a workbook to guide you through the process, resources from a real teacher’s classroom, and the 4 bonus items ($72 value you get for free)!
What happens if I don’t like the course?
Well, I am confident that this course will guide you along as you plan for the school year and create your organized classroom. I put in all my best knowledge, resources, and support into the content in here. But, if for some reason the course isn’t what you expected… just let me know within 14 days and we can issue you up to a 50% refund. Due to the numerous downloadable resources, we are unable to refund the total price of the course.
How do I consume the content?
All you have to do is purchase and then you will be forwarded to the course portal and you can complete it all there! It is up to you if you want to do it all in one sitting or stretch it out over a few days.
Is this useful right now? In the middle of a Global Pandemic?
YES! The amount of stress teachers have been under these past two years is huge. Organization, routines, and systems are key to getting rid of some of that stress. TOTF will give you organization strategies that feel more like self-care than work!