CLASS: Saving Time

 SAVING TIME: Time Management for Your Teaching & Your Life (Course Number: ED440S)

Wonder where all of your time goes? Overwhelmed by everything on your school to-do list? In the course you will learn to work 'smarter not harder.' With simple strategies every K-12 teacher can use during planning time and at home, you will live a more balanced life, tackle your to-do list, and feel in control and satisfied at the end of each day.

Text provides immediately useful ideas. The required text is Time Management from the Inside Out by Julie Morgenstern is $11 new at and $3 used.


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This practical class for classroom teachers is worth three 500 or 400 level Professional continuing education quarter credit credits or 30 clock hours. (Antioch University Seattle is accredited by the Commission on Institutions of Higher Education of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, 30 North La Salle St. #2400, Chicago, IL 60602-2504. Antioch has held accreditation continuously since 1975. )
  • Students have taken my courses and used them for professional development or credential renewals from many states and countries including California, New York, Washington, Wyoming, Montana, Oregon, Illinois, Colorado and Ohio.
  • If you are not sure if you can use these credits, call your schools HR department and ask if they accept schools accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. The majority do.

What Students Say . . .

The most helpful parts of the Saving Time course were the required exercises. Taking a closer look at how I spend my time each week, opened my eyes to seeing that I am not using my time wisely outside of work. It was also very helpful to pinpoint my energy boosters, so when I am in the middle of working on a task, or in the middle of a busy day, I can turn to one of these things to give me an extra spark to finish the job.
- Sara R.

This is my first online course I have taken from The Heritage Institute.  I found the format and flexibility very appealing.  I also thought the teacher was supportive and thorough.  She responded promptly to my emails and assignments.  Her assignments were all applicable assignments that a working teacher could learn and grow from instead of busy work without a  purpose.  I was very pleased.
-Wendy S.

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Six reasons to take online classes

  1. Knowledge - stay up to date on what works.
  2. Scheduling - you can finish the assignments when you want.
  3. Convenience - you can finish the first assignment today and already be finished with 10% of the class.
  4. Practical - earn graduate level credits to renew your license.
  5. Advancement - don't lose on the opportunity to make more money and move up the pay scale.
  6. Confidence - learn something new and become a better teacher.

Click here to sign up for the class and start your first assignment today.