Snapshot: Every day you wonder how you could possibly do your job without email, search engines, your laptop, smartphone and many other technology tools. The next frontier in your quest for greater effectiveness is the iPad, rapidly becoming the new standard for mobile productivity.
Most educators are not sitting at their computers in their offices all day. They are on the move, interacting with administrators, educators students, parents and other professionals. A desktop and even a laptop cannot keep up with the pace you typically set. Many educators have found that the iPad is ideally suited to helping them manage the complexity of their work, expanding the possibilities and opportunities for improving their performance beyond those offered by paper- and desktop-based tools alone.
In this practical and fast-paced webinar, principal productivity expert Justin Baeder, author of The Essential iPad Guide for Principals, shows you how to use the iPad to increase your productivity and effectiveness. You will learn how to use the iPad to establish reliable workflow practices and manage your time without being tied to your desk. You’ll see how school leaders are collecting data, staying organized, and engaging in continuous learning with the iPad.
Justin received outstanding reviews for his last webinar, “The High-Performance Administrator: How to Better Manage Time, Workflow & Communication to Maximize Your Impact on Student Learning”. Now he helps you go one step further by showing you how to maximize use of your iPad.
- Selecting the right apps—finding high-quality tools for your essential work
- Developing a workflow—making your data move smoothly between apps
- Looking for learning—conducting classroom observations and walkthroughs with the iPad
- Beyond tapping—selecting a Bluetooth external keyboard for faster text input
- A thousand words—how to use photos and video to gather evidence of student learning and prompt professional learning conversations
- Show up and follow through—managing your time and tasks with iCal, OmniFocus, and other essential productivity apps
- Finding your files—managing and syncing documents using Dropbox and more