Winning back time

Winning back time

Teaching is a complex, multi layered vocation that has many demands, especially on our time. It seems that time has become a precious commodity and when I ask teachers about what they would like, they tend to always reply ‘more time’. Sometimes we do wear busyness as...
Google Sheet tips

Google Sheet tips

There are many uses for Google Sheets in the classroom. I like to be able to have my own class list where I can keep track of my students. I would use a sheet for attendance, recording homework, anecdotal notes and marks. Many LMS’s can do this, but I like the ability...
Macros in Google Sheets

Macros in Google Sheets

A major sticking point with moving from Excel to Google Sheets was the lack of ability to use macros. A macro will let you automate calculations and other aspects in sheets. For instance, if you regularly tally up marks, allocate a grade and then draw a graph or chart...
Using Markup and annotation in iOS

Using Markup and annotation in iOS

With more documentation being digital, occasionally the need arises to be able to add notes or sign a PDF. Previously this involved printing the document, signing it, uploading it and then scanning it before sending it. The markup or annotation feature in iOS can...
Multiple desktops allow you to multitask

Multiple desktops allow you to multitask

There are many ways in which we can be efficient in our workflow. Before laptops were common, when I was working on a project I would have several books open and many pieces of paper all on a big table to multitask. Nowadays we can have the same experience by using...

FREE PDF DOWNLOAD

Are you at a beginner, intermediate, or advanced level? This skills checklist will help you find out.

We will only send you awesome stuff!

×

FREE PDF DOWNLOAD

Are you at a beginner, intermediate, or advanced level? This skills checklist will help you find out.

We will only send you awesome stuff!

×