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Tech Tips 2 Defeat Distraction RRISD JULY 2019

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Today’s technology offers incredible potential to demonstrate creative-productive giftedness, but as a society we have fallen victim to an unhealthy digital diet consuming massive amounts of screentime that often leaves us feeling bloated and unsatisfied. This session aims to present ways better have a healthier technology diet and reduce distractions, set goals, track progress, and get stuff done.

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Tech Tips 2 Defeat Distraction RRISD JULY 2019

  1. 1. TECH TIPS 4 DEFEATING DISTRACTION & PROMOTING PRODUCTIVITY brianhousand.com
  2. 2. ABOVE AVERAGE ABILITY CREATIVITY TASK COMMITMENT (RENZULLI, 1978)
  3. 3. CREATIVE PRODUCTIVE GIFTEDNESS SCHOOL HOUSE GIFTEDNESS
  4. 4. SCHOOL HOUSE GIFTEDNESS CREATIVE PRODUCTIVE GIFTEDNESS
  5. 5. 1982
  6. 6. THE PROMISE OF TECHNOLOGY
  7. 7. What do you notice? What do you wonder?
  8. 8. What do you notice? What do you wonder?
  9. 9. BUT… I don’t have time to be creative!
  10. 10. ≠BUSY Important
  11. 11. What if I told you, that you could gain an extra hour everyday?
  12. 12. YOU AND YOUR DIGITAL DEVICE
  13. 13. 46%CAN’T LIVE WITHOUT ONE
  14. 14. Why is it that when one person picks up their phone, everybody else has to? ?
  15. 15. A lot of smartphone use seems to be habitual, automatic behaviors that we have no awareness of.
  16. 16. April ESTIMATED SMARTPHONE USE ACTUAL SMARTPHONE USE 5 HOURS
  17. 17. WARNING: Use can impair attention, productivity and memory, dampen creative thinking, increase stress levels, reduce sleep quality and lead to “cognitive errors” like forgetting meetings and walking into people.
  18. 18. Tara Swart Neuroscientist CHECKING THE HEADLINES TOXIC COMPARISON COMFORT EATING MULTITASKING
  19. 19. https://i1.wp.com/scifiinterfaces.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/walle-hoverchair05.jpg
  20. 20. 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 1:30 1:35 1:41 1:49 2:06 2:15 2:22 Average h:mm spent on social media daily
  21. 21. minutes per day 50
  22. 22. the illusion of
  23. 23. https://cdn11.bigcommerce.com/s-5ylnei6or5/images/stencil/1280x1280/products/1559/437/1919_Fear_InsideOut_281__36564.1497284047.jpg FOMOThe uneasy and sometimes all-consuming feeling that you’re missing out – that your peers are doing, in the know about, or in possession of more or something better than you.
  24. 24. hours per day of screen time 11
  25. 25. 3%of time spent creating.
  26. 26. #1 HOW MUCH TIME?
  27. 27. STOP! You ARE SCROLLING YOUR LIFE AWAY
  28. 28. inthemoment.io
  29. 29. But,where does the time go?
  30. 30. 144blocks.com :00 :10 :20 :30 :40 :50 :00 :10 :20 :30 :40 :50 12 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
  31. 31. #2 PICK ONE TASK AND DO IT!
  32. 32. Pomodoro Method 25 Minutes 5 Minutes 25 Minutes 5 Minutes 25 Minutes 5 Minutes 25 Minutes 15 Minutes
  33. 33. Inform Negotiate Schedule Call back
  34. 34. #3 AVOID THE MYTH OF MULTITASKING
  35. 35. MIT neuroscientist Earl Miller notes that our brains are "not wired to multitask well... when people think they're multitasking, they're actually just switching from one task to another very rapidly. And every time they do, there's a cognitive cost."
  36. 36. A study at the University Of London showed that subjects who multitasked while performing cognitive tasks experienced significant IQ drops. In fact, the IQ drops were similar to what you see in individuals who skip a night of sleep or who smoke marijuana.
  37. 37. Multitasking has also been found to increase production of cortisol, the stress hormone. Having our brain constantly shift gears pumps up stress and tires us out, leaving us feeling mentally exhausted (even when the work day has barely begun).
  38. 38. Multitasking “comes with a biological cost that ends up making us feel tired much more quickly than if we sustain attention on one thing.” Daniel Levitin
  39. 39. “People eat more, they take more caffeine. Often what you really need in that moment isn’t caffeine, but just a break. If you aren’t taking regular breaks every couple of hours, your brain won’t benefit from that extra cup of coffee.” Daniel Levitin
  40. 40. #4 SCHEDULE EMAIL TIMES
  41. 41. #5 TRY TO ONLY TOUCH IT ONCE
  42. 42. TWO MINUTE RULE: If a task can be done in 2 minutes. DO IT!
  43. 43. TWO MINUTE RULE: If a task can be done in 2 minutes. NO! Do it after a BIG task.
  44. 44. WHAT PRODUCTIVITY HACKS DO YOU USE? HOW CAN THIS BENEFIT STUDENTS?
  45. 45. ENERGY ENERGY
  46. 46. An Essentialist thinks almost everything is nonessential. A Non- Essentialist thinks almost everything is essential.
  47. 47. End every day by making a to do list.
  48. 48. End every day by making a to do list and a to don’t list.
  49. 49. brianhousand.com/rrisd19

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