Professor Procrastination—The Fine Art of Cleaning the Fridge While "Grading"

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by Linda Lyle Procrastination is the art of putting off until tomorrow what you don’t want to do today by doing something less distasteful. Usually, people put things off by checking their e-mail or Facebook. When faced with a deadline, I often procrastinate by doing things that make me feel productive while not actually doing the thing I dread. Since I work part-time for one school in a brick-and-mortar environment and part-time for another online, I spend more time working in my home office than in an actual school building, so I have even more opportunities to procrastinate. You could […]
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