Tag: OneNote Class Notebook

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How I made OneNote Class Notebook the most versatile tool in my classroom

With this being my first year at a new school, I started exploring many platforms that I could use to set up a completely paperless classroom. I was looking for a platform that would allow me to communicate with students, administration and parents. It would have to allow real-time, class collaboration, oh, and it would have to let me give assignments, grade them and be super... Read more

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How to personalize math with OneNote Class Notebooks

After looping up to fifth grade with my fourth graders, I wasted no time in figuring out their strengths, weaknesses, gaps, and interests. I knew these students as if they were my own family and I wanted to make this year even better than the last. Math has always been a passion of mine, but it's a subject that so many students hate. Knowing that, of course, makes me the... Read more

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How to make adaptive learning activities in OneNote

Like many other educators, I fell in love with OneNote after using it in my class. Drawn into the endless possibilities and instant access to my work, and that of my students, I started simply by taking notes and sharing content with my class. Eventually, I grew into creating lesson plans and using it as a simple diary, so students would know what we had covered in each... Read more

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Extra Credits: Some notes on paperless penmanship from a school leader

Rob Dickson (@showmerob), who directs instructional technology for Omaha Public Schools, shares his experience as a daily note taker who has moved himself and his district into a digital world with OneNote: Writing notes is not bad - I still do it, just differently. It is how I retain knowledge more efficiently. But having this analog process creates barriers. Think about... Read more

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How OneNote is key to learning in my music classroom

There is a notion among music educators that our courses are some of the most difficult to merge well with technology in the classroom learning environment. School music classes are traditionally performance-based, with the primary learning goal hinged on a student improving their individual instrument play in the context of a large ensemble. In this blog post, I would like to... Read more

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OneNote in higher education: The ultimate tool for teaching, advising, and administration

About four years ago, with prompt from a dean at my university, I began offering online courses in the Classical Studies Program, where I teach and serve as director. My program was one of the first to offer online classes in the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, which was a surprise to many, especially given the reputation of Classics programs for teaching dead... Read more