Posts filed under: Organization Made Easy

Some teachers are masters of delegation. Simple classroom jobs are delegated to students. These teachers realize two important concepts: A teacher cannot do it all. Delegating those things which a student can do and do well leave more time for...
The last two weeks have been busy ones, but a good ones. My thanks to the Illinois Principals Association for having me as one of the keynote speakers for the IPA Assistant Principal & Deans Conference. The subject was “Time...
Are you beginning your teaching career? Are you moving to another school, have inherited a room left in disarray, and need to know where to begin? Are you a veteran teacher who for far too long has been hampered by...
I recently read Switch: How to Change Things When Change is Hard, written by Chip and Dan Heath. They are also the authors of the bestseller Made to Stick. In the book, the Heath brothers say we must do three...
Eye on Education is planning a second printing of Organization Made Easy! As carefully as we proofread before the book went to press, there remains the likelihood that a typo slipped in here or there. For those who have purchased...
Throughout Organization Made Easy!, we refer to Outlook as a tool to help the teacher with the calendar, to-dos, e-mail, contacts, and reference information. Appendix B in Organization Made Easy! provides a concise guide for setting up Outlook so the...
So much to do and so little time. That statement is one often uttered by the teacher who has just joined the faculty and is preparing for the start of the school year in a new setting. In Organization Made...
Organization Made Easy is now available on Amazon.com.   Click here for the link....
Good teachers have always used additional resources to supplement the textbook. Thanks to the Internet, resources have never been more plentiful. The unlimited number of resources also introduces the problem of how to keep up with them. The teachers can...
Some teachers are masters of delegation. Simple classroom jobs are delegated to students. These teachers realize two important concepts: A teacher cannot do it all. Delegating those things which a student can do and do well leave more time for...