keeping everything organized can be! You have IEP meetings to schedule, phone
calls to make, emails to send, assessments and therapy to track. HOW do you do
to split my day. One of the schools has no consistent space for me. At that
same school I have NO computer, NO phone, NO storage, etc. My overall caseload
was 65 the year before last, with me assigned as case manager for 39-40 of
those students. I was calling parents from school “A” while at school “B” and
receiving emails about someone at school “C” while at school “A.” You get the
what I mean!), something had to change. As a LONG time SLP, I have always
depended upon my date book to stay organized. Well, it was time to CHANGE! Here
is how I did it.
“in the cloud” is located on a server. The beauty of cloud storage is that you
can access your stuff anywhere. This has been a LIFESAVER for me and could be
for you too!
how to use them!!
Mail, better known as gmail. Google has some EXCELLENT apps that I depend
upon and you MUST have gmail to access these
calendar. Why? Because I can access it virtually ANYWHERE. School. Home.
Smartphone. It works beautifully for me. NO MORE PAPER datebooks!
GREAT! I store materials-especially black ink-only materials. Those can be quickly and easily accessed at
school for printing (which is why I offer many black ink products in my TpT store). This is also
a place to store forms you may need. And let me NOT forget—you can actually
print docs stored on Drive from your smartphone!!! Woo-hoo!!
This is one of Google’s newer apps. You can see above what you can do
with it. These are digital sticky notes-all in one place. Accessible at school,
home and by smartphone. At the end of the
school year, I made a quick list to remind myself of a few things that would
surely be forgotten over the summer (no, NOT what is pictured above). I love,
Love, LOVE Google Keep!!!! It helps me KEEP my sanity!! 🙂
method of document storage has been an absolute life-saver for me. Dropbox can be used at
school, at home, on your phone. I use it to store TpT materials.
Occasionally, I have access to a color printer at school, and Dropbox works well for this.
Dropbox is not a Google
Click on the picture above to sign up for Dropbox! Disclaimer: Dropbox will reward me with a little more space if you sign up via this referral by clicking the photo above.
made my insane school year MUCH more manageable.