I don’t usually blog about my workshops and presentations. But I thought I’d mention two workshops for School District 23 ( Okanagan) that I will give in Kelowna next Friday:
- Reading to learn with tablets and laptops.
- Getting more and better sleep.
The first workshop is based on my book, Cognitive Productivity: Using Knowledge to Become Profoundly Effective, which itself is based on extensive research.
What does sleep have to do with cognitive productivity? A lot! On the one hand, sleep is an essential contributor to cognitive productivity. On the other, maintaining a sleep deficit, as too many of us do, erodes cognitive productivity.
I plan to write an interactive iBook on the subject next year. Until then, you can request a workshop from CogZest or read my scholarly publications on the subject. I’m also preparing a new journal article on the subject. (I’m very excited about that paper!) My colleagues and I will publish several papers over the next two years describing the results of our empirical research.