As a teacher, there are plenty of tasks that will demand a lot of time, that it seems impossible to balance it out on some days – school work, family responsibility, home chores, professional development, and even personal time. The list could go on. These tasks seem to constantly pile up with no end in
Going paperless is a lot of work. I am not joking. But the payoff? Never having to teach with paper again. Imagine…you will never have to print out another copy of a worksheet, test, email, reminder…yeah, anything. I basically haven’t had to print a thing since 2014. It is no secret that having 1-1 Chromebooks makes
Working everyday can be a grind. Vacations are supposed to leave you recharged but often they simply remind you of how much stress work causes. To work more productively and stress-free, you need to first be able to identify signs that you are burning out. Our 24/7 World The last night of a vacation, I
Educators rarely have down time. Vacations are extremely important for us to refresh, to refocus, and to gain back our excitement for teaching. We can relax and at the same time keep our productive edge. This is because vacation is an excellent opportunity to recharge your productivity. Vacations are great to focus on energy recovery. Let’s face
Ideas for lessons can come anytime. It is best to keep everything organized in one place you can trust. Lesson planning with Evernote solves that problem. When I first started teaching, I lesson planned with binders and formally written lesson plans. My college classes taught me to fill out formal lesson plans for every lesson.