Literacy and Learning Lessons From a Longtime Teacher
Put energy where results are most likely
It's easy to be overwhelmed by the constant demands of teaching. If we're not vigilant about how and where we spend our time, we wind up without energy to do the things that matter most for improving student learning. This lesson challenges us to reflect upon our present efforts and to responsibly put our energy into the resources, skills, and actions that positively impact achievement.
Routman, R. (2012).
Put energy where results are most likely.
In Literacy and Learning Lessons From a Longtime Teacher (pp. 127-128). Newark, DE: International Reading Association.