Category: Office 365 and Education

A diverse group of smiling students works on Windows Devices.

Extra Credits: OneNote Class Notebook offers new ways to include parents in learning

Extra Credits rounds up the latest stories on innovative educational endeavors coming from other parts of Microsoft and the world. This entry from the Office Blog covers new updates to OneNote Class Notebook, which now makes it easier for teachers to bring parents into the conversation for a whole new level of parental transparency. Using Class Notebook extends the... Read more

Save the date for our next TweetMeet on April 18

TweetMeet on devices for student success: Join us for a #MSFTEduChat on April 18

Are you an educator who wants to share your knowledge, or learn more about how you can save time and go paperless in your classroom? If so, join us for our #MSFTEduChat on Tuesday, April 18th at both 10:00am and 4:00pm PT. In this TweetMeet we’ll be discussing devices for student success and how educators are getting the most out of the resources they have. Preparing... Read more

A female student leans back and plans out her writing assignment with a Windows 10 device on her lap and a stylus in hand.

How to reimagine the writing process with Microsoft in Education

Successful writers are not born.  They learn by doing.  They develop, practice, reflect.  They receive feedback and grow.  It's a process.  Teaching students the process is as important as the technical components of writing.  The process helps students learn how to grow from a good writer to a great one. In my seventeen years, teaching the writing process has slowly... Read more

Dr. Grissom pictured with a large OneNote mind map.

10 best uses for OneNote in your teaching and learning

The more you learn about OneNote, the more likely you are to embrace it as one of the best teaching and learning tools available today. OneNote is often described as a digital 3-ring binder, or considered to be the Swiss Army Knife of note-taking. That description covers the basics, but over the years OneNote has gained many new features designed with education in mind. It... Read more

Save the date for the next TweetMeet, Mar. 7

TweetMeet on Personalized Learning: Join #OneNoteQ on Mar. 7

Did purple cape envy bring you here, or are you just curious to learn more about OneNote? Either way, we’ve got a new TweetMeet for you! On March 7th at 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. PST, we’ll explore Personalized Learning. Educators will also discuss how they're using OneNote to improve student outcomes in class. For this upcoming #OneNoteQ conversation, we'll be honored to... Read more

img-default-large

Best of 2016: A year in review including over 36 new reasons to try OneNote

Over the past year, the OneNote Team have steadily pushed out an impressive number of new features and improvements including over 36 new features for education. This blog includes an overview of those new features with links to relevant announcements and coverage by the OneNote community. OneNote for Windows 10 The changes to this OneNote app have been nothing short of... Read more