Projects – Time Management for Academics – Teaching & Research
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Top Ten Productivity Tips for Professors: Hiring a Helper (Sherpa) for Your Class
As a professor, you could use some help getting to and from class, being organized in your classroom, and being able to focus on your students and your teaching. Meggin McIntosh, the PhD of Productivity® shares her top ten tips for how and why to have a helper (sherpa) for your classes.
Top Ten Productivity Tips for Professors – Stocking Your Actual Classroom Toolkit
No matter how high tech your classroom is, you'll find you need basic accoutrements on a regular basis. Meggin McIntosh, The PhD of Productivity® shares 13 items to have in your classroom toolkit. Note: After the first minute, the voice and picture get synched up, so stay with it!
Top Ten Productivity Tips for Professors – Assigning Numbers in the Classroom
If you want ways to be more efficient with organizing assignments, grading, retrieval of materials in the classroom, etc., then tune in to this short video where Meggin McIntosh, The PhD of Productivity® shares a method she used for 15 years. It's easy and students benefit, too. Plus, you can use these numbers to facilitate some classroom activities as well.
Top Ten Productivity Tips for Keeping a Time Log
If you sometimes wonder what happened to your day or if you are being as productive as you could be, then it's time to keep a time log.
Top Ten Productivity Tips for Using a Planner
If you need to update or rethink your use of a planner, here are ten productivity tips for doing so. http://toptenproductivitytips.com
Professors – Preparing for When Not If You Get Sick
Professors - Meggin McIntosh shares the top ten productivity tips for preparing BEFORE you get sick.
Professors – Closing Out Your Semester – Peacefully and Productivity
There are ways to peacefully, productively close out your semester. Here are Meggin's top ten tips
Professors – Proactively Building Relationships on Campus
Relationships are everything. Building positive relationships with others on your campus makes a difference for you and for your colleagues