New Reasons to Love Evernote

Today my Twitter feed lit up with posts from Evernote's annual conference here in SF. I'm already on record as a die-hard Evernote fan, which has helped me survive the iOS7 update to the app with a degree of patience I wouldn't have for other apps. (Really? I have to delete and then reinstall the … Continue reading New Reasons to Love Evernote

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Eye to Eye Strike Out Stigma National Tour: Join the Kickoff Event!

This is a message from our national coordinator for Eye to Eye, Jesse Sanchez. CSH alumna Emma Fahy will be one of the folks on this road trip to "strike out stigma" across the country. Go check it out! -- PMK Eye to Eye’s LD/ADHD Strike Out Stigma National Tour is coming your way, and … Continue reading Eye to Eye Strike Out Stigma National Tour: Join the Kickoff Event!

Organizational Tool: Get Ye Done

A young woman attending my EdRev workshop on Saturday introduced me to a really neat organizational tool. It's called Get Ye Done, and it's a planning app that allows students to set goals and earn "experience points" for achieving goals and milestones that they set for themselves. The interface and the language is a little … Continue reading Organizational Tool: Get Ye Done

Info Out: Generating and Capturing Information

When I walk around campus at school, I'm rarely empty-handed. You'll notice that I'm always carrying three things. Thing one is my water bottle, since I am neurotic conscientious about hydration. I work out a lot and I'm a singer, so I'm doubly obsessed with drinking liter after liter of water. Thing two is my … Continue reading Info Out: Generating and Capturing Information

Tools for Learning: Using your phone to get organized

I've been thrilled with all the different things that students are using to get organized this year. I've seen lots of students using the school-supplied planners, and I've also seen students buying their own planners or blank notebooks and customizing them to meet their own needs. Whatever it takes for you to get organized, go … Continue reading Tools for Learning: Using your phone to get organized