3 Ways to Hack Teacher Time

teacher time

Teacher time is a problem that needs to be hacked.

The Center for Teaching Quality recently considered the problem of teacher time. After discussing this problem, representatives from the CTQ challenged educators to consider major changes in how teacher time is handled in schools.

Here is what the CTQ suggests for creating more teacher time:

1. Redesign school schedules to prioritize learning for students and teachers

2. Promote teacher-driven Professional Learning Communities

3. Rethink classroom structures and needs

This infographic contains more details on these strategies. Are these reasonable solutions to the problem of teacher time? What stumbling blocks do they present? Are there better ways to increase teacher time?

Let us know what you think in the comment section below.

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A version of this first appeared at Brilliant or Insane.

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Author: Mark Barnes

Mark Barnes is a longtime educator and the Founder of Times 10, which produces the popular Hack Learning Series, the uNseries, and other books for teachers and learners. To connect with Mark follow @markbarnes19 on Twitter.

  1. James Miller

    Great ideas here. Learning shouldn’t happen on a schedule so anything we can do to remove these restrictions would be beneficial.

    1. Mark Barnes

      Absolutely right, James. This is what Hack Learning is all about. We’re working on the solution.

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