Happy People Work Differently Great Work/Great Life Flow: challenge + mastery Balance: Pulse -> pause -> pulse -> pause. [email protected] What faculty need to
build? A life management system Gives you resources (time, money, energy) for high productivity and high happiness. Driven by more wants than shoulds. Only as complicated and organized as it needs to be.
Brings balance between work and life. Keeps track of everything in one [email protected] A life management system: Prevents feeling overwhelmed. Figures out what strategies bring productivity and happiness. Replicates them in a reproducibly
effective manor. Helps you enjoy the process. [email protected] Energize yourself by: 1) Creating Great Work and a Great Life through the Pyramid of Power.
Create Great Course Designs Ask the Big Questions. Think learning activities not lecture. Structure yourself with a great syllabus. Develop assessment methods that are meaningful but not labor intensive. [email protected]
Pace Yourself Pace your assignments. Connect with your students yet set limits as well. Use breaks well. Start small, build momentum. Use the 1/1 class preparation formula. Assess the learning and teaching. Collect, analyze, & report data (SoTL).
[email protected] Class prep in one hour or 1. Mindmap all you know about the less class topic. 2. Ask yourself the Big Questions. 3. Write class goals (objectives) related to Big Questions.
4. Turn into a class outline of topics to be covered. 5. Decide on learning activities. 6. Design assessment tools. [email protected] Grading in your spare 1. Purpose of grading: time
1. Find out what learning has taken place. 2. Meet college requirements. 2. Ask yourself the Big Questions: what do I want the students to learn and how can I meet my job requirements? 3. Coordinate the course goals to methods that will measure them. 4. Use class time for pedagogically sound assessment methods. 5. Design assessment tools that minimize your time.
Serving Tie to Pyramid. Have an agenda. Connect with others by using social intelligence. Have an escape strategy. Set time limits. Develop successors. [email protected]
How to decide to take on new opportunities: 1. Does it fit my long term goals? 2. What resources are needed? 3. What is the opportunity cost the loss/gain of this and other opportunities? 4. Is this the right time in terms of my vision? 5. How do I get the time to do this project: get rid of other tasks or say No to other opportunities?
(4x3 VAST) 1. Vision: Three things that move my goals forward. 2. Avert: Three things I better do or else... trouble. 3. Self: Three things I will do to take care of myself.
4. Tomorrow: Three things from tomorrows list I will start on if there is time and I finished 1-3. [email protected] Ideal Life Reminders 1. Review and revise your Pyramid every 6 months. 2. Collect and park goals, dreams and todos in your Dream Book. 3. Track the subgoals (to-dos) of your
projects in one place 1-2 times/week. 4. Be accountable to someone other than yourself. 5. Stay focused through intentional attention. [email protected] Those who can, do. Those who do good are
teachers. Those who live well while doing good are Peak Performing Professors. [email protected] How to Manage Set reasonable standards for Productivity
improvement and excellence. Find appropriate role models. Get support, mentoring, feedback. Raise standards and systematize. Pulse and pause. Enjoy the process. [email protected]
Interruptions & Distractions Every 10 minutes 56% from outside (interruptions) 44% inside (distractions) Takes average of 23 minutes to get back on track Email
[email protected] Using Email to Advance Your Vision 1. Favorite contact: email, cell or office phone, 2. Send fewer emails, receive fewer. 3. Stop needless replying and carbon copying. 4. Limit email time by limiting checking. Set #. 5. Use folders.
[email protected] Using Email to Advance Your Vision 6. Use filters. 7. Decide on group filters. 8. Label content in subject line. 9. Establish electronic office hours. 10.Save only what you need for legal reasons.
[email protected] Focused 15 (or X) Pick a task from the VAST list. Divide it into 15 minute segments. Fit them in around other activities. Do only one 15 minute segment at a time. Follow the completion of that task
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