The Boston Matrix


Workload is often associated with teacher mental ill-health, rather than having too much work!

Supported by various fields of research, plus my own work from Just Great Teaching (2019), I’ve created this resource to signpost key principles I’ve learned in order to work less and profit more from time. This resource is designed to support teacher wellbeing rather than a tool for the classroom.

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Date Updated: 27th February 2023Date Created: 18th October 2020 SKU: Boston-Matrix Categories: , Tags: , , , , , , , , ,

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In 2014 a school leader, blogger and author, I noticed I was working 80+ hours per week to keep on top of all my demands. After years of working in this way, it was clearly unsustainable. I was burning out.

In 2015, I decided to do things differently and focus on my mental health. I did this by reading up on workload strategies, marketing advice to learn how to profit from better use of my time, plus taking a conscientious step back from the pressures which were pulling me in all directions.

I decided to do less, not more.

I’ve learned to do less by being more selective about ideas which bring about more productivity. This resource is a small snapshot of some of the things I’ve learned…


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