5 Ways to Be Technology’s Master and Not Its Slave #productivity

10MT | Aaron Sams shares productivity secrets on episode #25 of the 10-Minute Teacher Podcast

Aren’t you tired of being overwhelmed by technology? Do you really need the latest thing to be more productive? Or is the latest thing killing you one wasted moment at a time. Today is a wake up call where we discuss five ways to take back control of your technology. Aaron Sams @chemicalsams helps give us ways to master technology.

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Today, we talk about:

 

  • Only using technology that makes work easier
  • Focusing on your workflow to save time
  • Not fighting the technology ecosystem at your workplace (it will only frustrate you)
  • Go with less paper, not paperless.
  • How turning off notifications can help refocus your life.

I hope you enjoy this episode with Aaron!

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Aaron SamsAaron Sams

Aaron Sams is an Instructor of Education at Saint Vincent College, is an advisor to TED-Ed, and was awarded the Presidential Award for Excellence in Math and Science Teaching in 2009. Aaron is an internationally recognized keynote speaker and author and has trained thousands of educators to integrate technology with sound pedagogy. He holds both a B.S. in Biochemistry, an M.A.Ed. from Biola University, and is pursuing a Ph.D. at Texas Tech. Find out more at http://aaronsams.com

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