I use a range of apps to organise and store the things I do. Pocket
(for initially storing things I want to read), Todoist
(for what I need to do and when), and Roam Research
(for making, storing and organising notes) have all been mentioned in previous newsletters.
I also use Trello
on a near daily basis. I use it to store and sequence big projects. If I find something useful (a YouTube clip or article) it will probably get thrown into Pocket
until I have time to sit down and think about it. I might use it in my teaching or resource development. If the resource is deemed worthy of being added to my teaching resources - it gets inserted in to a massive Trello board that has all my DP Geography lessons from geographyalltheway.com on. When I come to reteach a topic, I review geographyalltheway.com in combination with resources and ideas stored in the Trello board.