I have been looking for ways of doing this for a very long time. This tool is so incredibly easy to use, and I am glad that it exists.
There is a lot of juice in transformational change. Everyone is looking for it, coveting it above all other types of change.
But, I wonder if there needs to be a defense of incremental change. I wonder if we need to think about how “better” is something really amazing.
The reason why this came up for me this morning is that yesterday I updated to iOS 8 on my iPhone.wow there is nothing radically different or transformational within the operating system, everything works better. Even the fact that I am able to dictate this entire blog post without stopping the dictation after every paragraph is something that I have been wanting to do for years.
Better is amazing in this regard.
Because these changes are not transformational, I don’t have to learn a whole new paradigm of workflows or management for my ideas. Rather, all I have to do is embrace the subtle differences that make every interaction more amazing.
This makes me wonder where we might find better in our own lives. When can we champion incremental change something worth pursuing.when can we make it a ration a priority instead of innovation.
Now, I don’t mean that innovation in and of itself is bad. Instead, I’m talking about how people use innovation and transformational change as a way to obfuscate the fact that they don’t truly understand what has come before.
It is in this understanding that we truly can step up on the shoulders of giants rather than knocking them out at the kneesevery time we have a new idea.
But, what do you think? When is incremental change and advocating for “better” the best strategy for championing great work?
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Please come and ask/answer questions. Please come and share your own educational excitement.
I love Gifs. I love great Slidedecks. Go GifDeck!
Use GIF in your emails to make them more interesting and increase engagement. Many email clients give GIF an auto play functionality. Gmail supports it as inline playable format.
I think this app may be what a few of you folks have been waiting for. It scans your Google Drive and determines which files and folders are shared with which people and you can remove folks very quickly if they shouldn’t be there. Good times!
Find out who can access your Google Drive. You’ll be surprised. Find out who can access your Google Drive. You’ll be surprised. – Analyze your Google Drive share options for all your files and folders. – Discover who can access what in your shared folders. – Remove the people that shouldn’t have access and feel better.
I absolutely love these rules and the ideas behind them. Study this blog post!
- RULE #1: A 3 HOUR LECTURE IS NOT A WORKSHOP
- RULE #2: THE MORE STUDENTS YOU HAVE, THE LESS OF A WORKSHOP IT IS
- RULE #3: WORK THE TRIAD: EXPLAIN, EXERCISE, DEBRIEF
- RULE #4: STAY OUT OF THE CENTER
- RULE #5: BETA TEST YOUR EXERCISES
- RULE #6: MATCH PROMISES TO EXERCISES
- RULE #7: ALWAYS HAVE A WHITEBOARD OR FLIPCHART IN THE ROOM
- RULE #8: THE ROOM SHOULD LOOK LIKE A WORKSHOP WHEN YOU ARE DONE
- RULE #9: BUILD A WORKSHOP CHECKLIST
- RULE #10: GIVE STUDENTS THE NEXT THING TO DO AFTER THEY LEAVE
I like the idea of not having to go out to all of the different providers of online courses in order to find the content I am looking for. This is a great tool for filtering and finding great content.
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On occasion, I have needed to mess around with very large spreadsheets. This is going to be a huge help in making those more manageable.
Too many sheets! I came across the problem of having a large number of visible or unused sheets in cluttering up my Google Spreadsheets often enough that I decided to solve it.
I tend to do a lot of copying and pasting from Google Sheets over to email. I like the idea that I can skip that step and just email directly from Sheets. Nice!
Now you can easily create a snapshot of a portion of your spreadsheet to share via Gmail, directly from Google Sheets.
I find this article truly useful, and I reference it quite often.
Every so often when I’m tweeting or emailing, I’ll think: Should I really be writing so much?