Three Emails You Meant to Send

I hold some strong opinions on Email Efficiency for Teachers.  Yes, that is a thing.

This article is more about the email that you have not sent, yet.
The ones you are ruminating over, trying to phrase just so. I’d like to help you send those emails.

Timing is as important as the content.  If this is work-related send around 10 AM or 2 PM.  While traditional business suggests Tuesday – Thursday, early in the week Tuesday-Wednesday is likely better for the educational setting (Ellering, 2018).  If this is maybe-not-quite work-related, send it 30 minutes – 1 hour after school hours.  Never send late at night, after 8 PM qualifies for this restriction.  Feel free to draft an email, but abide by the best time to actually send.

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