In the previous post Distributing content in your Class Notebook, I went through the steps of distributing a page to each of my students (effectively handing out what I wanted them to look at).  What’s nice is that it doesn’t involve any email – everything stays captured within OneNote.It’s sometimes… Continue Reading Distributing content in your Class Notebook (the video)

Regardless of your teaching style, you’re going to want to provide students with content – articles to read, worksheets to practice, diagrams to explore, maps to color, etc.  While OneNote allows the students complete freedom in constructing content within their own space, you as the teacher will want to give… Continue Reading Giving content to students

So far we’ve created a Class Notebook *link* and made the first page our own *link*.  Now we’re going to provide some content for the students. The _Content Library is where all YOUR stuff goes; it’s the Teacher space.  We used to have to photocopy material we wanted to give to… Continue Reading Getting things ready for students in your OneNote

So when OneNote Class Notebook was first designed, it was put together by teachers from several subject areas, each with different approaches to classroom, content and assessment processes.  OneNote was chosen specifically because it allowed teachers to maintain their digital spaces in the same way– it’s open, responsive and yet… Continue Reading Page One of your OneNote Class Notebook

I think one of the biggest strengths of the OneNote Class Notebook was that it was started in the classroom and designed, from the bottom up, by classroom teachers in their classrooms.  Even after Microsoft took it on and began adding to its functionality, they have kept teachers very close… Continue Reading Start a new year with OneNote

There are two pillars in the education sector right now, Google and Microsoft.  Google has Google Appsfor Education which is made up of Google Drive (a file system), Google Docs, and a variety of other applications that work relatively well together.  Microsoft, on the other hand, has OneNote Class Notebook… Continue Reading Why Google Apps Must Needs Die

So I mentioned that one of the apps inside of Office365, Delve, is my best friend in a previous post – mostly because it’s an intelligent agent that helps me prioritize (and find) things I should be working on.  If you haven’t clicked on the Waffle in Office365 and then clicked… Continue Reading Using Delve to Board up your School

There’s no question that I think the best part of Office365, the best part of Microsoft, heck, the best part of the entire technology community is OneNote.  Hands down.  But what’s #2? #2 is Delve.  Delve is the user face for every bit of intelligence that is developed from  “Office… Continue Reading Why Delve is my best friend