There are ways to avoid "falling behind" after the new-school-year momentum disappears, writes former educator Lisa Michelle Dabbs. Following advice from the book, "Getting Stuff Done" by David Allen, Dabbs suggests writing down what you need to remember -- such as student issues that should be addressed at a parent conference -- in a paper journal or a Cloud-based system, such as Evernote. "Just by taking the action of writing down the simplest task, you will feel much better when it's completed and checked off!" Dabbs writes in this blog post.
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