Tag: Onenote Class Notebook Creator

STEM learning brought to life

The idea of flipped learning has been around for almost 10 years, however the skills and technology challenges were always too great to make it a practical proposition for most schools. But this is no longer the case! Today, teachers all around the world are using tools like Office Mix to deliver flipped learning as part of a STEM approach. Flipped + STEM = Too Hard In theory,... Read more

VIC school moves entire PD program and curriculum to OneNote Class Notebook

Moving your curriculum to OneNote Class Notebook is one thing but seeing the results in the classroom is quite another. At St Helena Secondary College in Melbourne, our ICT faculty had a strategy: instead of educating teachers in all the features of Class Notebook, we simply moved our professional development program onto it — after 12 months, the results were dramatic! The... Read more

Next Level Learning Roadshow – Content, resources and thanks!

The Next Level Roadshow has drawn to a close with the final instalment this year finishing in Adelaide on Thursday November 19th. Over the past three weeks, the Next Level Learning Roadshow has visited the Gold Coast, Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney, Parramatta & Adelaide working with teachers, IT Directors, principals, eLearning coordinators across all sectors in these areas.... Read more

OneNote Updates – Embed video, record audio, insert files and more

OneNote continues to evolve and provide teachers, students and schools with the ultimate tool for learning, collaborating, researching and delivering content in classrooms across the world. The OneNote team have just announced a series of updates that further enhance the quality of content you can create in OneNote; Embedding video Adding recording audio to web and iOS... Read more

Storing and making sense of grades – Excel to the rescue

Guest post by Matthew O'Brien, secondary school educator at Brisbane Boys' College In this article, I want to show a few tricks to help you with the storing and calculating of marks and grades. Then, I want to show you the exciting stuff – how with a few simple processes you can visualise the marks book in a way that helps you see meaning and an individual story for each... Read more