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The Truth & Sometimes Ugly Truth- Monitoring Screen Time

Apple introduced Screen Time with iOS 12. My first thoughts brought apocalyptic premonitions regarding allowance and provision of Apple iOS (iPhone/iPad) technology products for many within the youth culture. Parents and educators can now easily review when and how long apps are used. Apple even created beautifully readable charts to diagram when and the duration the device and apps were used for helpful categories like: social; reading and…


Added by Erika J. Kluge on October 15, 2018 at 8:00am — 4 Comments

Essential Ability

              If you’re like me, productivity is often on your mind. As people with disabilities, I think that many of us struggle with this concept and think of true productivity as inaccessible to us. I know that this is something that has certainly crossed my mind numerous times, particularly when I was beginning my professional career. I believed that my disability got in the way of accomplishing many of the tasks I needed to complete on a daily basis and that this lack of productivity…


Added by Joel on March 27, 2018 at 2:00pm — 1 Comment

Staying Organized at Work: Technology Tools for Task Management and Focus

I recently gave a workshop on staying organized at work, in which I highlighted assistive technology tools that support task management and focus. These executive function skills are essential for success at work and include managing your time, prioritizing tasks, recalling directions, and maintaining attention. I’d like to share some of this technology here, as it may be helpful to readers on Punch-In. The tools are grouped into three categories: time management, organization, and managing…


Added by Sarah Giffen-Hunter on January 19, 2018 at 3:30pm — 2 Comments

Marnie Baar Time: Once You've Lost It, You Can Never Get It Back

Lately, I’ve been hearing about some pretty extreme techniques to manage time; and it makes sense, as we humans tend to make a big fuss over the fact that there never seems to be enough time in the day to get things done.

Well, to get things done and still have a life. 

Procrastination has always been my tallest hurdle.  I know I’m not alone when I hear stories about other people forcing themselves to start writing by oh, locking themselves in an office with a guard dog…


Added by Marnie Baar on March 23, 2015 at 4:00pm — No Comments

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