- where teachers and students can make their own quizzes, mindmaps, flashcards and so on. The TES has recently introduced Blendspace where teachers can keep their electronic resources tied to an account, making lever-arch files increasingly outmoded. There is a glut of techie help out there right now. I expect, being well over 25, that I’m one of the last people that pupils would turn to for information about what to find ‘on the line’.
However, judging from the number of highlighter pens and multi-hued post-its floating around school, old-school colour-coded notes seems to be the norm these days, still. Which brings me to a recent article in The Wall Street Journal, suggesting that handwriting one’s notes makes for better learning (for most).