May 30, 2015

My Message to the Graduating Class

Yesterday, about a year after I had my own graduation from grad school, I participated in my first official graduation ceremony as an educator. As I sat in the audience, one of my many thoughts, besides thinking how much longer would I have to sit here after a long day and long week of work, […]

May 23, 2015

Why We Must ALL Become Autodidacts

According to Mirriam-Webster dictionary, an autodidact is a self-taught person. Now, you might ask yourself why an educator and a person with a bachelors and masters degree, obviously someone who embraced the traditional educational route and works within it, would be saying such a thing. This is because the most valuable skills in my skillset […]

May 12, 2015

Taking control of your To Do list with a modified version of the ‘Eisenhower Box’

I recently read an article in the Huff Post called “How to Be More Productive and Eliminate Time-Wasting Activities by Using the ‘Eisenhower Box’” and as an avid lover of all this productivity orientated, my interest was peaked. Well the general gist of this article that Eisenhower, the 34th present of the US, was an incredibly […]