Sunday Sessions with Scott Le Duc

Scott’s August 7th, 2022 Summer Conference material is posted below. Evaluate Scott’s Summer Conference Sessions Give feedback on the session Content and Process Fill in Scott’s Conference Session Evaluation Form Contribute to the Pre-session and TPEP Survey Take the Presentation / Session TPEP Prioritization Agenda Survey These are standards-based presentations/sessions Gathering data from students/teachers can help you prioritize the mostContinue reading “Sunday Sessions with Scott Le Duc”

Getting Things Done

Presentation Summary Students are overwhelmed. Maybe you are too? David Allen’s Getting Things Done or GTD process has helped millions of people be more efficient and less stressed out for over 10 years. Students can use free and accessible tools to help get stuff out of their heads and into their own ‘trusted system’. It’sContinue reading “Getting Things Done”

Week 9 – GTD – Getting Things Done – Part 1

“Day 092/366 – To Do List” by Great Beyond is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 Your toughest work is defining what your work is! –  Peter Drucker SUMMARY Write your weekly summary here, last, at the end of the week… Only one to two sentences of WHAT YOU DID DELETE ALL OF MR. LE DUC’s INSTRUCTIONS, AFTER YOU ARE DONE PRACTICE ROOM (TUTORIALS)Continue reading “Week 9 – GTD – Getting Things Done – Part 1”

Build a Powerful Linkedin Profile – CTE Edition

Presentation Summary You can now help students learn how to build a safe, potent, and persuasive Linkedin profile. We start by writing a captivating profile summary. We learn how to include certifications, slideshows, WordPress-based student blog portfolio posts in your Linkedin account to better tell your story with lots a great world of workContinue reading “Build a Powerful Linkedin Profile – CTE Edition”

Distance Learning Done Right – It’s About Sessions and ‘Rooms’, Baby!

Presentation Summary Students need community, time management, and consistency. People are patterns. Help students build a creative, collaborative community from a distance. Use a 4-week session cycle with a week each of pre-production, production, post-production, and evaluation and reflection. Set standards. Determine outcomes. Host collaborative session feedback with advisory and peer review. Examine a workingContinue reading “Distance Learning Done Right – It’s About Sessions and ‘Rooms’, Baby!”