The benefits of becoming a minimalist teacher. | TeacherGratitude

Edit your life frequently and ruthlessly. It’s your masterpiece after all. — Nathan W. Morris

It is an image familiar in educational environments throughout the land: the red faced, exhausted and agitated teacher, surrounded by streams of student books, paper strewn haphazardly around their desk. The walls are covered in faded, yellowing posters – with the obligatory superfluous rules of the classroom dog-eared and tragically ignored at the side. The chairs and tables embrace this laissez-faire approach: they are misaligned, disjointed and embraced by legions of chewing gum fans. Into this…

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