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The 7-Minute Shuffle: Free Organization Email Course

Are you a teacher who wants to have a classroom that is neat and organized?

But you don't have enough time during the day.

Or there are are too many papers.

Maybe you just don't know where to start.

Either way, you are in the right place.

The 7-Minute Shuffle Email Course

The 7-Minute Shuffle is a FREE 5-day email course that takes you through organizing your classroom in just 7 minutes every day.  The course will provide you with tips, strategies, and free downloads to help you create routines and get you out the door quickly at the end of the school day.

Lesson #1: Identify your most unorganized area We are going to work together to determine which area of your classroom needs the most help.

Lesson #2: Determine the struggle Then we will figure out WHY this area ends up unorganized.

Lesson #3: Create a plan of attack Together we will create a plan of action, unique to you, that will solve the issue.

Lesson #4: Put your plan into action In this lesson, I'll share some free resources with you to help you stay organized in your classroom.

Lesson #5: Make it a routine Part of staying organized involves creating a routine.  In this last lesson, we will make sure that The 7-Minute Shuffle becomes part of your daily routine.

Bonus Lesson: I'll be checking in with you at a later date to make sure that you are staying on track!

Where Do I Sign Up?

Just pop your information into the box below to get signed up.  There are no deadlines, so you can sign up at anytime!

I have compiled my ten years of teaching (and learning) in the classroom into this course and I can't wait to share it with you for FREE!  Hope to see you in the course!

P.S. ~ if you have recently subscribed to my email list, you may receive additional emails about other resources and ideas while you are going through The 7-Minute Shuffle Course.  Once you finish the course, you will go back to hearing from me about four times a month.

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