Tag: OneNote

Back to School: How a college student gets the most out of OneNote

How organized are your class notes? Chances are you have notes spread across multiple paper notebooks, folders, and files on your computer. OneNote is a Microsoft Office 365 program that can put all of your notes in one place. Best of all: It’s free for students. I’ve been using OneNote for all of my college classes for four years now, and it is a lifesaver! These are my... Read more

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Making it personal: New approaches for inclusive learning at Wilburton Elementary

Wilburton Elementary is a state-of-the-art school being built from the ground up, following the guidance of the Microsoft Education Transformation Framework, and is a collaborative effort between the Bellevue School District (BSD) and Microsoft. Follow Wilburton’s progress as it happens, from breaking ground, to hiring, to professional development, to becoming a true... Read more

OneNote to the Rescue

Many teachers become overwhelmed by increased expectations around using technology-based methods and other approaches to content delivery, learner support, assessment, and collaboration with other teachers, both inside and outside their schools. There is pressure to use routinely digital strategies in their work with students, to act as guides and mentors in order to... Read more

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What’s New in EDU: Live from ISTE 2018

Educators from across the globe are bringing their passions, experiences and big-change ideas together again for the 2018 ISTE Conference and Expo, kicking off this week in Chicago, Illinois. And if forward-thinking teachers and time-saving tech advancements are going to be there, that means What’s New in EDU is going to be there too. We’re debuting brand new episodes... Read more

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How two teachers connected schools, languages and over 100 students for one big project

The following story comes from Alberto Herráez Velázquez (@alberto_hv) and Mario Herraez Velazquez (@mmarioherraez), two educators who took inspiration from a field trip to go big with a fun project that spanned several schools, classes and two language. A note from Alberto: I was born in Salamanca, a beautiful city in the west of Spain, in 1993. Currently, I live in... Read more

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Professional Development goes global with #MSFTEduChat TweetMeet on June 19

With ISTE 2018 coming up in Chicago, educators are about to infuse their professional development with the perspectives, advice and talents of their peers. Thinking globally about professional development isn't just for in-person attendees, though. The Microsoft Educator Community is a constantly collaborative, worldwide reminder that self-improvement doesn't have to be a... Read more