It’s been 5 months since I bought the Samsung Galaxy Watch. When I bought it, I was looking for three things: do I like it? Does it do what I need? And who would I recommend it to?
Read on to find out my verdict… … More 5 months on with the Galaxy Watch
I’ll be the first to recognise that I got off pretty well with only having to stay inside for a week, compared to those people out there who have shielded for the better part of a year. Still, that didn’t make what was to come any easier. Here’s how I spent seven days in isolation. … More 7 days of isolation | Teaching from home
Next to planning ahead, batching activities is the #2 activity in saving time, getting organised, and feeling more productive every day. … More The brilliance of batching and why you should do it too
The Logitech Crayon is a formidable adversary to MEKO’s stylus, but is it better for iPads? How does it fare in schools? Or does the cheaper option shine brightest? Which should you buy in this entry of Tech Battle? … More Which stylus does it best? | Tech Battle
[4-minute read] This is a list of all the essential technologies that I used – and think you could do with – in your training year and beyond. Every technology comes with a caveat: if you can’t afford it, don’t buy it. Would an iPad Pro be nice? Sure. Could you make do with just a cheap laptop? Absolutely. … More Essential Teacher Tech | Initial Teacher Training