How To Use Voice Dictation And Work Smarter

@TeacherToolkitIn 2010, Ross Morrison McGill founded @TeacherToolkit from a simple Twitter account through which he rapidly became the ‘most followed teacher on social media in the UK’. In 2015, he was nominated as one of the ‘500 Most Influential People in Britain’ by The Sunday… Read more about @TeacherToolkitHow can teachers and school leaders use spoken language to optimise time available to complete tasks?Having used this technology for over 10 years, I’m surprised how few people [teachers] are aware of voice technology and how it can be used to enhance the way one can work efficiently. I’ve been using Dragon Dictate, Siri, Google Documents, Kaizena and others tools to write books, blogs, emails, teaching and learning policies and day-to-day phone use e.g. emails and tweets. This simple video shows you how to get started.Voice Automation for BeginnersThis is a very simple video, one which may change your life personally and professionally. It’s a very simple tutorial to help people get started and it is deliberately designed and pitched for those who are beginning to discover the benefits of using voice technology and how to work more efficiently.How you can use voice technology?Would you be surprised, if I told you that I am currently using my voice without touching the keyboard, to type up this blog post? A simple one-minute conversation, spoken directly into my computer produces this content ready for publication.Other ways in which you could use this technology:providing written feedback to studentsproviding voice recorded conversations to studentsobservation feedback to teacherswriting pupil reportswriting a blog post such as thiswriting a bookwriting up detailed school policiesreplying to simple email conversationscomposing a social media status updateand so on …This is one of my workload secrets and explains how I have managed to write over 1,000 blog posts, four books and work as a school leader. Thank you to head teacher Paul Sutton who continues to work in this way and inspire thousands of pupils and teachers in North London.Related

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