One of the ways I stay productive is the Pomodoro Technique. Invented by Francisco Cirillo (and trademarked by him), it is a simple way to alternate focused work for 25 minutes with five-minute breaks. After four focused work sessions, the user takes a long break of 20 minutes. I recently used this technique to pass the Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) exam by the Project Management Institute (PMI). I found that the breaks helped me be more productive during my focused study sessions. I linked my tasks in Todoist, my favorite to-do list app, with Pomodone, an app that works as a Pomodoro timer. Pomodone also works with two of my other favorite tools, Trello (for group projects) and Evernote (my external brain/note taking app). I recommend the Pomodoro Technique for planning, grading, and studying for certification tests.
I’m writing a review of Kerbal Space Program for education. I found this channel helpful because Ozzy shows advanced builds.
I did not create this video, but I like the way it presents Component 2.
I will be presenting NBCT Component 2 at Troy University in Dothan on September 15, 2018. I made the handout in Adobe Indesign and exported it as an interactive PDF.
The presentation addresses part of the Geography 6 Standard for the Alabama CCRS.
How to survive your first night in Minecraft Education (or standard Minecraft).
A brief tutorial on opening zipped files in Windows 10 with no additional software.
Inkscape is a free, open-source vector drawing program for Linux, Mac OSX, or Windows. I’ll show you how to draw a semicircle in 17 seconds.