PRODUCLIVITY—Productivity for teachers with a proclivity to learn

You Are a Math Person, Believe It or Not

You Are a Math Person, Believe It or Not
Math trauma could be why some children—and adults—shut-down in front of numbers. Healing is needed and it is possible. We need to start now.

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How to Set Up Your Mac for Maximum Productivity

How to Set Up Your Mac for Maximum Productivity
The things I put in place when setting up a new Mac have a significant impact on my productivity. I estimate these options, apps, and practices save me close to an hour a day, or five hours a week. That’s five more hours to create, write, play, or sleep.

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Why You Shouldn't Write Neatly All the Time

Why You Shouldn't Write Neatly All the Time
Neat handwriting has its place, but my messy writing has more life, spontenaity, and less care about getting down and dirty when there's a job to be done.

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How to Safely Write Private Notes in Public Places

How to Safely Write Private Notes in Public Places
When I was at school that I discovered a channel for self expression that felt safe: the exciting world of secret codes. I still use one of these codes, Second Shaw, today.

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Help! That’s Not the French I Learned at School

Help! That’s Not the French I Learned at School
Listening to the radio can help you learn a foreign language. You'll pick up vocab in context and at speed and effortlessly improve your accent.

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