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With a new year and a new term, many of us have made resolutions that we will become more organised. Well, we can all hope, but this four-week calendar may be a great, easy way to plan for the next four week for educators or students. Highlighted via LifeHacker, and created by Maxium Barrault, the calendar is based on Jerry Seinfeld’s productivity secret, but he conceded that technology has failed to replace the power of an analogue system…
Don’t get me wrong though, I’d still like a mobile version, something with big buttons that would satisfyingly fill in my various daily categories in bold primary colours and give me AA-esque buttons or pins for maintaining a chain for a week, a month or a year. But for now I’m getting the blu-tac out, the coloured pens at the ready and sticking this to my wall?—?I think you should too.
This calendar could be great for teachers planning the next few weeks ahead, knowing what needs to be planned, or has been planned, being a great visual prompt to keep organised through to the next term, and beyond. Click here to download the full size JPG version.