Tame Your Out-of-Control To-Do List

with Linda Kardamis of Teach 4 the Heart

Saturday, Oct 24 @ 1:00pm EST

Do you spend way too much time working and still feel behind? In this super-practical session, you’ll learn actionable strategies and mindset shifts to rein in your out-of-control to-do list and find a bit of balance - without sacrificing your effectiveness as a teacher.

The session will begin 1:00pm EST on Saturday, October 24. Please click this button to join us at that time:

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Linda Kardamis

About Linda Kardamis

Linda Kardamis taught middle school math before being led to become the founder of Teach 4 the Heart - a website centered on providing practical advice, encouragement, and support for Christian teachers. As part of her calling to uplift educators everywhere, Linda has written three books: Create Your Dream ClassroomTake Heart & Teach, and Teach Uplifted. She is also the creator of online courses such as Classroom Management 101 and Beyond Classroom Management, and her Teach 4 the Heart podcast is enjoyed by a growing number of educators. 

All of Linda's work and programs focus on her faith-based passion and calling to help teachers across the country and around the globe excel and thrive in their teaching adventures and careers. Linda is also a wife and mom of four littles, which, of course, keeps things interesting.

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  • June says:

    Great presentation.

  • June says:

    The use of alliteration for time management tips is a time saver in itself: easy to mentally access!

  • Michele H. says:

    This course included a very actionable approach to getting control of my very long to-do list. The steps we followed made me feel calm and less stressed about what I need to get done next. Thank You!

  • Katy says:

    The alliterative ideas from tame, trash, trim, transfer, treasure are great. I can remember them that way. I stopped adding to my ‘to-do’ list when I got to 25. Lots of little but important things. Thanks Linda

  • wendy says:

    Dave Stuart Jr. was so helpful!! Really having a hard time motivating students to find value in Chemistry online…I loved the topic tonight. I will be praying through teacher credibility and value to start! Thanks!