@dajbelshaw @theartguy I was equally tempted. But read this... https://www.xda-developers.com/oneplus-5-benchmark-cheating-reviews/ it is beyond my Ken really
And my barbie
But does look impressive. Then a pupil pointed me at other flagship killers from abroad about the same price that might be worth a look. Like Aaron though, mine is doing ok
http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/parenting4digitalfuture/2017/06/21/how-dropping-screen-time-rules-can-fuel-extraordinary-learning/ For me, this is what ed tech should be all about... But it's not... yet.
@dajbelshaw @wiobyrne @BenjaminDoxtdator @mrkrndvs Fair points Aaron. I do think managing how you spend on your time on social media is important. And deep-reading is quietly sacrificed all too often for the TLDR bitesized articles your phone spits out. Sometimes I catch myself thinking I've read something because I read the headline... :/
@TheWayneGibbons @dajbelshaw They are applying their business strategy to it Wayne. Slowly forcing users into their way of thinking. Skype (Sky-peerr-to-peer) started out as a bid for independence using P2P technologies. Faced gov't objections. Changed hands three times.And now resides in MS portfolio.
Have you seen Good Will Hunting? Read this: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/01/30/good-will-hunting-gay-sex-scene_n_6581054.html
I think I might start incorporating similar into my lessons to see if pupils are really paying attention...