I have a confession. Over my 25 years of teaching I've developed focusing problems ("Squirrel!). I find myself reading the first few lines of an article, jumping to the end, and then going back to the middle if I'm still interested. I am a victim of information overload, a product of our increasingly technologically dependent society.
Mc Squares Stickies are repositionable and stick on anything.
Carry your notes with you in a Nu Board dry erase notepad.
Keep your hands free while teaching or making by wearing this dry erase board on your wrist.
Use the Noteboard in meetings and workshops, and then fold it up to put into your backpack for travel.
This 3 sided dry erase board by OnTask stores your markers while also providing for lots of space to write your lists.
I was able to order 10 of these standards through the Scholastic Bonus Rewards catalog. They are wonderful for group discussions and maker stations.
Many of us get our best ideas when we are relaxed and alone. Now I can write my thoughts in the shower!
Make those boring professional development workshops and faculty meetings interactive with foldable dry erase tables.
Kristina A. Holzweiss
Ed Tech School Librarian