Sweden is a small country (only 9 million people). It is also a country that has always been at the forefront of both developing and using new technology. So in a country where the digital influence is really strong, why can they still have Filofax binder models and a wide range of inserts which are not available in any other country? Sweden has surely proved that the market does not necessarily need to be large in order to offer such things. Why does the UK not follow the same model, I wonder?
The Teacher’s Filofax is a brilliant example. It is usually available year round although inserts get a big restock each summer. Filofax’s unique system gives you unparalleled flexibility in your work as a teacher.You can easily insert, delete and move forms.Now with Removable class lists that you can easily move between different locations in the calendar.You do not need to write the names several times.
That’s pretty impressive, and includes some well-designed forms. The Activity Plan looks very useful. Thanks for posting
As a teacher I would love an English version of this. When our school scrapped our regulation planners staff were told to buy their own or use their iPad. I instantly decided on a A5 Filofax and after a year others have noticed mine and swapping over. I make as many of my own inserts as possible but the moveable class list is an excellent idea. Pity stock varies so much when so many of us have very similar needs no matter where we live.
Thank you, I am glad you like it. I hope that maybe someday they will listen to this.
I really wish there was an English version of this, as it’s such a good idea. But I shall be ordering the Swedish one when it’s available!