10 New Year's Resolutions for Teachers

14. Dec 2019 | Sarah Louise Vangsgaard Winge

The holidays are over, and the confetti has been dusted off your shoulder – in other words: the New Year is here!

If you need inspiration to kick off the new year or just need to smile a little now that the daily grind is about to begin again, we’ve gathered a list of New Year’s resolutions that you can probably best relate to as a teacher 😉

New Year's resolutions for teachers
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1. I will avoid all of the cakes and other sweet temptations that line the tables at work. I will. Really.

(Obviously, completely different rules apply when there’s a birthday in the class 😉 )

2. I will not start counting down the days until my next vacation on the first day back at school

 

3. I will plan ahead and have plenty of time for correcting assignments!

New Year's resolutions for teachers

4. I will not speak badly of the copier when it breaks down in the middle of printing my tests. Not toooo much, at least …

Psssst … With digital learning materials you can skip the next dance with the troublesome copy machine … Read more about the benefits of digital learning materials right here »

5. Wooosaaaahh wiiiifiiii

New Year's resolutions for teachers

6. I will have an eye on my keys. All. Of. The. Time.New Year's resolutions for teachers

7. I will show more appreciation for my awesome colleagues! High fives coming up!

8. You can do it!

New Year's resolutions for teachers

Time to power up your PowerPoint presentation? How about evaluating your students’ feedback through Kahoot? Or what about using digital teaching technology in the classroom? Read about 5 digital tools that make teaching just a little easier here »

9. A break means … A break!

New Year's resolutions for teachers

10. And last but not least: When I’m off, I’m off! No Pinteresting to find great school activities in the late afternoons in 2020 for me!

 

Are you still here? Awesome! Then we have one more tip up our sleeve just for you: If you need some more teaching materials, we have Lesson plans for the 19/20 school year right here »

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