Are you starting to panic about the approach of the fall semester?
Maia Heyck-Merlin’s book The Together Teacher: Plan Ahead, Get Organized, and Save Time (2012) is chock-full of helpful ideas. It’s aimed at K-12 teachers, yet much of the advice is fully applicable to college-level teachers, too.
(c) Rosemary O’Neill. Used with permission. http://www.smallshopsocial.com/blog/cartoon-focus-your-social-strategy-dont-play-carnival-games
I’m in the middle of a project and need to refer to–or respond to–an email somewhere in my inbox. So I open up email, and BOOM. 30 minutes gone. “And what was I intending to do, anyhow? Oh, yeah, I needed to find….” Continue reading →
“Revive your Inbox” is a free 21-day program put out by the folks at Baydin, who have invented a few useful tools to help manage email. While they do recommend their products, which are either free or have free trials, the program is remarkably uncommercial and definitely worth the modest time investment. Continue reading →