What are you celebrating today? Thanks to Ruth Ayers for the Celebrate Link Up.
There is a certain comfort that comes with routine.
I am a pretty tech-savvy teacher. I mean, I have my own blog, after all. Over the past couple of years I have gained a reputation as someone people can come to for tech support with all sorts of programs. I was an early user when my school adopted Office365 as our “approved” cloud, I have actively maintained a class website, and last school year my students and I embarked on a video project that took up almost all of fourth quarter. So far this school year, I have been typing away on my tablet (it has an attachable keyboard) at every PD and meeting, usually updating my various OneNote binders.
So it might come as a surprise that I am one off the few people who still actively uses one of these lesson planners:
Since today was the first day of school-based professional development (my district gives us eight work days before the school year officially kicks off), I have successfully navigated the following tabs: [TL:DR Summary: a ton of stuff.
Continue reading “Navigating the Tabs: A “Don’t Panic!” Reminder for Teachers”
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