• Jim Mercer

SamTastic Weekly Tip: 12/8/14 - Are you ready to audit your TimeTrack calendar?

Are you ready to audit your TimeTrack calendar?

December is a great month to “go back in time” and check that you are counting the “right” days.

You only want to count days that you were working. If you were sick, on vacation or experienced a snow day it is important to tell TimeTrack so it does not count the day. You can do this one of two ways. You can remove the “contact” checkmark above the calendar day. This is the easiest and fastest way to audit and correct your TimeTrack. The other way: Go to SETTINGS, select Contact Day Setup, click on the days you do not want to count and then click SAVE.

Auditing your TimeTrack will make your graphs and charts more accurate. One North Carolina SAM told me she does this every month and is amazed how it increases her principal’s overall instructional time. Cool.

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