Posts filed under: Productivity

Throughout the workday, adding appointments to your calendar is part of the every-day drill. But who else needs to know when you add an appointment? I am not talking about who has access to your calendar and could reference it...
The great things about our phones are portability, large storage capacity, and their ability to put information at our fingertips when we need it, just to name a few. The terrible thing about our smartphones has traditionally been input. Let’s...
Good things will go away, and when they do, they are replaced with better things. If your day is filled with one-on-one meetings, scheduling those meetings can consume a considerable amount of time and energy. You play telephone tag with...
We have one more week left in “Get Organized Month,” a time for us to roll up our sleeves and jump into one of the most popular News Years resolutions: Get Organized! A year ago, Eye on Education and I...
iGoogle has been my homepage for six years. Every time my browser opens, I see my dashboard of tools. It’s always the same from device to device. I can log into it from any computer. If I make a change,...
Thanks to Gene Ramsay for this testimonial. Gene is an insurance agent and husband of master teacher Julie D. Ramsay. Gene had invited me to speak for a group of his colleagues. This video comes as a result. of that...
As the last post demonstrated, there are services which will help you follow-up on e-mails you have sent. My contention is that you don’t need them. All you need is Outlook and the same “drag and drop” technique you have...
Coming to the SDE Administrator Summit in Las Vegas next week? What about the Midwest Differentiated Instruction Conference in Chicago later this month? If so, I hope ou will join me for the following sessions: SDE DI Administrator Summit The...
What will technology look like in years to come? How will it impact our daily lives? This 5-minute video gives us a snapshot into our possible future. Go here, and then click on “Watch Video.”...