How teachers can avoid decision-making fatigue and remain productive

08/8/2013 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Education

Teachers can make as many as 5,000 decisions in a school day, leading to what award-winning educator Brian Page calls "decision fatigue." In this blog post, Page offers five tips to help connected teachers and administrators remain productive, including doing creative work first, setting an automated e-mail response that lists a later time when a response can be expected, along with scheduling time for social media. He also suggests making the most of downtime and completing one task at a time.

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