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June 12, 2018

New Fave App of 2018: Notion!

While technology is NOT the only answer to Togetherness, I’ve recently become enamored with Notion. And I’m not the only one who feels this way! Sarah W., the leader of Prospect Hill Academy Charter School’s Teaching Fellows Program in…

May 9, 2018

My Newest Fave Outlook Non-Tech Nerd Trick!

Remember our totally digital friend Sarah? We were together recently in Boston and experimented with what has turned out to be my recent favorite Outlook calendar trick. (Or “hack” if that is the language you speak.) Outlook Calendar is…

October 10, 2017

Andrew K’s Advanced Placement Outlook Usage

When I bumped into Andrew K., a Director of Special Services and former ELA teacher, he already had it pretty Together. His charter school network is very Outlook-y, and he was very much in the habit of scheduling his To-Do’s directly into his…

March 14, 2017

Zach’s Hack: A Little Weekly Calendar Trick

Digital calendars are wonderful tools – until you try to make them work with school bell schedules. With most of my Together Leaders going digital, we needed to find a way to make the standard time scales in Outlook and Google work for school…

February 9, 2017

Principal John’s Daily Worksheet

Cody’s Weekly Worksheet caught a ton of hype on the blog, and so naturally I wanted to showcase a Daily Worksheet as well in case that happens to give more float to your boat. I recently spent time with John A., a principal in Denver, who…

August 12, 2016

Product Review: BestSelf Journal

As much as we love digital products here in Togetherland, we are also huge fans of various paper methods of organizing; see here, here, and here. So imagine my curiosity when I saw this nifty BestSelf Journal on Evan S.’s desk in New Orleans…

October 16, 2015

Briannon’s Key Three

And. . . I’m back. The book broke my brain, but I’m slowly recovering and I’ve returned to the blogosphere! I have a new series lined up that I think you will love. . . After my Serial podcast hangover wore off, I went on something of a…

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