Harry Fletcher-Wood on Teachwire.net: Reduce your workload and stress levels with checklists

13 May 2016

Harry Fletcher-Wood, author of Ticked Off, has written a piece on Teachwire™s website outlining the stress-busting and workload-reducing benefits of keeping checklists.

Click here to read Harry™s article, whilst you can also keep up to date with his blog at improvingteaching.co.uk and follow him on Twitter at @HFletcherWood.



And if the article sparks some curiosity in wanting to see Harry™s book, Ticked Off, which is devoted to checklists and their benefits, you can take a sneaky peek at some of the pages inside here before making the book yours for only £9.99!


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