Lesson Plans in Onenote – How to Get Started

Have you ever started planning a lesson or theme and ended up having notes, hyperlinks, and material scattered everywhere? Then it’s about time you got started collecting your precious resources in OneNote for seamless planning between devices! In this post, I’ll cover how to create your lesson plans starting in OneNote. Why Not Just Stick… Continue reading Lesson Plans in Onenote – How to Get Started

Focused Reading With Browser Extensions

Have you ever started reading a text or article and then found yourself doing something completely different? The Internet can be a wonderful thing, but there is one problem even for experienced readers: distractions! Even as an experienced reader used to browse the web, distractions can become a problem from time to time. Today we’ll… Continue reading Focused Reading With Browser Extensions

Digital or Analog? How to Find Your Own Best Lesson Planning Practice

I have a confession to make: I’m a stationery addict. There, I said it. And yes, there is such a thing as having favorite pens or feeling that a pen simply isn’t the right one for a specific day. Even so, I also have warm feelings for all things digital and more often than not… Continue reading Digital or Analog? How to Find Your Own Best Lesson Planning Practice

Calendar Blocking in Outlook and How This Can Help You Stay Sane

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One thing I stumbled upon a few months ago is calendar blocking and while most examples I found were using Google Calendar, I choose to do calendar blocking in Outlook. Who doesn’t love to be organized and feel on top of things? I know I do, but does this mean I am always where I’m… Continue reading Calendar Blocking in Outlook and How This Can Help You Stay Sane