November 27, 2018
DropTask [Ayoa] in Education: Timothy Butt, teacher case study
Timothy is a busy executive STEM teacher for a primary school in Sydney, Australia. In charge of a number of duties, day-to-day, Timothy can be found running extracurricular clubs, handling eLearning coordination and cybersafety within his school – all this is in addition to studying for his Master’s degree. Timothy discovered DropTask [Ayoa] whilst looking for somewhere he could manage all his tasks in one place. From powerful task prioritisation to time efficiency, here’s how DropTask [Ayoa] works for Tim.
“Before using DropTask [Ayoa] I found there was a huge gap between my email and the tasks I needed to get done, using DropTask [Ayoa] has allowed me to fill that space. As soon as I receive an email I send it across to DropTask [Ayoa], where it can be scheduled based on my priorities. DropTask [Ayoa] has stopped me from trying to do everything at once. Instead, I can focus on my most pressing tasks and use the Canvas View to see an instant overview of my priorities.
I wear many hats in my role. I am a STEM teacher, I run computer coding clubs for students and coordinate eLearning. When you consider that I am also completing a Master’s degree, you can imagine things get a bit hectic. Working in DropTask [Ayoa] enables me to categorize and prioritize these many duties.
DropTask [Ayoa] offers more engagement than any of the alternative software solutions I’ve come across. It moves far beyond basic, linear structure; in the past, I have wasted time using tools where I have to organise priorities into various folders. The drag and drop functionality of DropTask [Ayoa] is far more usable and time-efficient. Everything about DropTask [Ayoa] makes it well-suited to the educational sector!”
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