Digging into the Bullet Journal Method to Organize My Teaching Life
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Digging into the Bullet Journal Method
I heard about the Bullet Journal Method years ago. I watched a few tutorials and cobbled together an attempt that didn't stick.
Fast forward a few years, I've got an iPad and Apple Pencil, and use Notability as my digital notebook.
Now in my 24th year of teaching, I have managed to become more efficient and productive but feel like I could be doing something more. My kids are older and school stress and responsibility are amping up. I'm hopeful that the Bullet Journal Method can help me out.
I just downloaded the Kindle version of The Bullet Journal Method: Track the Past, Order the Present, Design the Future* by Ryder Carroll to get me started. We'll see where it goes.
Earlier today I started a notebook in Notability and started my BuJo journey. Here are a few pictures of the work in progress. You'll see a lesson plan template, seating charts, and notebook organization.
I hope the quote below from the first chapter holds true.
The Bullet Journal Method will help you accomplish more by working on less. It helps you identify and focus on what is meaningful by stripping away what is meaningless.