Tag: OneNote

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Improving student outcomes, OneNote at a time

OneNote Class Notebooks—and the teaching and learning style they facilitate—have led to significant improvements in attitude and outcomes for my students. I teach English Language and Literature to 13- to 18-year-olds of mixed ability at an independent boarding school in the U.K. Over the last three years, OneNote has become the central plank of teaching and learning in... Read more

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How Immersive Reader filled the gaps in a rural high school in Senegal

Hello, fellow educators! I’m Ibrahima Diagne, an English teacher and MIE Expert at Medina Yoro Foulah High School in Senegal. I’ve been an educator for four years now, but it was only a few months ago that I discovered the power of OneNote, and particularly the Immersive Reader feature, to inspire my classroom. Both students and educators at Medina Yoro Foulah face a... Read more

Wakelet integration with OneNote 🌊💜: from Teacher tweet to reality less than in a week

The Microsoft Education team is always listening intently to educator feedback, whether in schools, at conferences, or online.  Recently, we’ve been hearing rumblings in the education world about an amazing app called Wakelet, which allows people to quickly and easily save, organize and share content from across the web.   Last week, we saw a tweet from MIEExpert... Read more

“Technology has become a part of education and it should be available to everyone.” – Chad Botha, South Africa

March 13, 2019 “Technology has become a part of education and it should be available to everyone.” – Chad Botha, South Africa Chad Botha Training Facilitator Curro Johannesburg, South Africa @ChadBotha4  Access to quality education – and the technology that supports it — can be an issue for students everywhere. MIEE Chad Botha is part of the... Read more

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Using OneNote to record student data

Analyzing student data is something we teachers spend hours doing. This information allows us to adjust our programs and lesson-design accordingly and cater to the vast abilities within our classes. Early in my career I found it difficult to organize and keep track of all the data of my students’ learning. I had tried and tested a variety of logbooks and digital platforms... Read more

Virtual bombs and Immersive Reader transform learning intervention

Teaching children with autism brings a unique set of challenges to the classroom – which is why Matt Harrison encourages them to first defuse a bomb. Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes is a co-operative virtual reality computer game where the player wearing the VR headset is trapped in a (virtual) room with a bomb they must defuse. The other players have the manual that... Read more