Thursday, 6 September 2012

Google's 80/20 Principle Adopted at New Jersey School

Google's 80/20 Principle Adopted at New Jersey School:

 "This simple policy change enables what's been called the 80/20 principle, a theory practiced by Google that employees who spend 20 percent of their time on company-related projects that interest them will work better.

In similar fashion, New Milford teachers now have more time to follow their work-related passions, Principal Eric Sheninger said. During these professional development periods, the teachers are coming up with interdisciplinary projects, new assessments and ways to integrate technology into their students' learning."


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