Creating S-P-A-C-E in Term 2

Time for a great article from Aziza Green: I made a big decision before we moved to our new place. I believe this one decision has given us back 15 to 25 hours  a week back in productivity and rest, and more s-p-a-c-e. We gave up living with a TV in the house. Sounds so […]
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May 02, 2017  /   Posted in Uncategorized

Digital Decluttering for the chronically distracted

This article originally appeared here. My brain has too many tabs open! Lest you mistake me for some kind of magical decluttering unicorn, I feel it necessary to expose the ugly truth about my digital life. I am a digital, media and information addict. I took stock last month and I had folders full of the beginnings of blog posts. […]
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April 29, 2017  /   Posted in Organisation

8 Must-Do’s For New School Leaders

Here is another brilliant article from Megan Dredge. When I read this article I was actually in the process of writing on a similar topic. I stopped… and decided to focus on Megan’s article instead. She is a brilliant leader, both inside and outside of the classroom, and I can’t think of anyone better to […]
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April 29, 2017  /   Posted in Uncategorized
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