re blogging cos I think this might be useful for SENteacher (@cherrylkd)
Is everybody sitting comfortably?
Then I’ll begin
Evernote is a great way to organise resources and commentary on them. The note can include your thoughts about the lesson, while attached files contain a formal plan, printable resources, presentations, even audio files. What I find powerful is that everything for the lesson is in one place, and stays there. If – or more accurately, when – the specification changes again, you simply put a new contents page together, with links to your new running order of lessons.
Like so much in life, you get more out if you put more in. In the case of Evernote, this is literal; the more information you add to your…
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