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10 Simple Steps to Being an Organized Teacher with a Clutter-Free Classroom

Think about your classroom and answer this question: Wouldn’t it be nice to have the opportunity to work from a blank slate? 

This may surprise some of you educators who feel you are destined to live out your teaching careers doing important work in a cluttered, messy, disorganized classroom, but EVERY teacher can be organized. 

All teachers can be efficient, happy and enjoy their jobs in beautiful, clutter-free, organized classrooms. It just takes planning and an investment of time that I promise you’ll find to be worth it. This blog post will list exactly what you need to plan for when decluttering a classroom.

Let me say that again…Each and every teacher can be efficient, happy and enjoy teaching in a beautiful, clutter-free, organized classroom. It just takes planning and an investment of time that I promise you’ll find to be worth it. This blog post will list exactly what you need to plan for when decluttering a classroom.

A Teacher Tip for Decluttering a Classroom

Taking before photos is a key step in making your disorganized classroom a space you love teaching in and are proud to call your home away from home, but most importantly is conducive to on task student learning. This blog post will explain how to take useful before photos and how to use them as an effective tool in creating a clutter-free classroom.


Taking before photos is a key step in making your disorganized classroom a space you love teaching in and are proud to call your home away from home, but most importantly is conducive to on task student learning. This blog post will explain how to take useful before photos and how to use them as an effective tool in creating a clutter-free classroom.

How Taking Photos of Your Classroom Clutter Can Help You Get Organized

Taking before photos of your classroom in its current state is a valuable tool for transforming it into a clutter-free classroom. It may seem silly to snap pictures of the space instead of just jumping in an organizing it, but there really are many benefits to documenting where you are starting. 

 This blog post will explain why taking before photos is an important step in working towards an organized classroom that makes you feel less stressed and more productive as a teacher.

This blog post will explain why taking before photos is an important step in working towards an organized classroom that makes you feel less stressed and more productive as a teacher.

7 Ways Having an Organized Classroom will Make You a Better Teacher

Teachers want an organized classroom. They spend time online looking at photos of clutter-free, beautifully decorated classrooms and dream of their rooms looking the same. They can imagine how great it would feel to walk into work each morning and teach without the distraction of things out of place, piles of papers covering flat surfaces and a surplus of crap that has somehow accumulated over time.

This article explains the benefits of having good classroom organization skills. Teachers will learn how poor classroom organization is hurting them and provides ways to get free tips and ideas to improve their classroom organization.

If you are like most teachers you strongly desire having a clutter-free classroom, but are you aware of how a lack of classroom organization may truly be affecting you in a negative way?

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