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Having a weekly content calendar for your blog, social media channels and overall marketing efforts is a great way to organize your content and boost your productivity by eliminating the guesswork on what to write and share with your readers and followers each day.

This Haiku Deck Content Calendar template was created using the Volterra theme, image filters off.

More about Haiku Deck themes here: http://blog.haikudeck.com/presentation-templates-with-pizzazz/

An excellent example of a weekly content calendar in Haiku Deck form from Emma Fexeus: http://emmas.blogg.se/2013/august/im-back-editorial-schedule.html

Technology Procedures

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PRESENTATION OUTLINE

Computer Lab Procedures

for Safety, Support, and Citizenship
Having a weekly content calendar for your blog, social media channels and overall marketing efforts is a great way to organize your content and boost your productivity by eliminating the guesswork on what to write and share with your readers and followers each day.

This Haiku Deck Content Calendar template was created using the Volterra theme, image filters off.

More about Haiku Deck themes here: http://blog.haikudeck.com/presentation-templates-with-pizzazz/

An excellent example of a weekly content calendar in Haiku Deck form from Emma Fexeus: http://emmas.blogg.se/2013/august/im-back-editorial-schedule.html

Line Up Quietly

in the hall before entering the lab quietly
You can present the theme of your content for each day, one slide at a time, rather than all at once. This helps to convey each theme without overloading your audience with different ideas and concepts.

These are just a few examples of the types of themes each day could have; feel free to use the same themes or use your own.
Photo by moaksey

Hold your bubble when in the hall and keep your hands behind you

Sit on the Carpet

with legs crossed, knee to knee to your neighbor
Photo by theirhistory

Sit criss cross apple sauce, hands in your lap

Respect Others

when they are speaking or if they need your help
Photo by Rogier Noort

Be courteous and raise your hand. It's not polite to interrupt.

Sanitize

before going to computers, after coughing, or sneezing

You can't see the germs that you spread when you touch your computer

Keep Your Area Clean

Return your keyboard, mouse, headphones. and chair to the correct place

Take a look at your table. Help your neighors.

Ask Shoulder Partners

If you have a question you may quietly ask the person to your right or left

Be sure to whisper

Try Your Best!

I am here to help, you are here to learn, explore, and have fun. You'll be great!

Let's Have a Great Year!

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