October 19, 2018 “Single-tasking is the new Multi-tasking” was discussing how people are distracted by all the tasks that they have to do that they are not actually able to focus because more than one activity would cause your focus to be split and not as good as focus on one thing. Even as I … Continue reading Single-Tasking in a Multi-tasking Generation →
My Initial Thoughts on Multitasking.. When thinking about what multitasking actually is, I think about an individual doing a number of tasks at one time. I would consider myself a great multitasker. For my high school and university career, I was a server and always needed to complete many tasks in a certain period of … Continue reading Is multitasking a GOOD thing?
So Adam thinks he’s pretty hot stuff having 6 whole tabs open. I’ve got 8 tabs open right now. BROWNS Make that 9, just checked on my Cleveland Browns. They’re losing. As James Hanblin says in his Youtube video on multitasking with tabs… I don’t doubt that you’re probably doing something else while you’re watching […]
When contemplating if the internet is really a productivity tool, the first thing that comes to mind is the world of education prior to the advent of computers and the internet. Prior to computers and the internet, knowledge was primarily contained in book form or in the minds of teachers through their education and experience. Students … Lire la suite A few thoughts that you won’t believe are going to change your life! #Clickbait →
Forward:Let me first admit: I try very hard to multi-task. I see my job as a constant juggling act, managing communications, projects and sitting through meetings. I describe to others who ask how my day went as a constant skimming of the surface of tasks – spend 5 minutes on Project A until Project B rears … Continue reading I’ll have that project completed by….
The video Single-tasking Is the New Multitasking mentioned about “Heavy media multitaskers are more susceptible to interference from irrelevant environmental stimuli”. The more thought I give to it, the more concerned I am by the consequences. Because just now, I was … Continue reading →
Is the Internet really a productivity tool or merely an endless series of distractions? I find this question quite interesting because I can see both…
This week for our eci833 class we were instructed to watch the following video. The gentleman in the video describes how he was working on a paper, that resulted in him joining a ‘save the sloths’ cause. It resonated with me, as while I was watching/ listening to the video I was formatting this post … Continue reading Do One Thing
Source One of my favourite non-fiction books is titled Brain Rules: 12 Principles for Surviving and Thriving at Work, Home and School by developmental molecular biologist John Medina. In his chapter on Attention, he blatantly points out that “Multitasking, when … Continue reading →
This week’s blog prompt came at an opportune time and I’ll explain why using a recent personal story. My wife and I have a 6-month old daughter and she is fantastic! Unfortunately, now that summer is long gone, I’m back to the hectic world of teaching which, as we all know, is a job that … Continue reading “This post took longer to write than it should have.”