Slid in amongst all the announcements for Ignite, Microsoft’s big conference in September, as a tool that I thought was quite cool.  Not original, since similar things have existed elsewhere & when, but a nice option nevertheless.Microsoft’s Font Maker allows you to create your own font using digital ink.  You… Continue Reading Making your own font

Since organization is important when visiting an incredibly packed conference like the annual National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM), I thought I would share my approach to that using OneNote.  You can visit it here: http://tinyurl.com/nctm18onenoteHow did I do it?  First, I visited http://www.onenote.com and signed in with my… Continue Reading NCTM 2018 Annual Conference — and OneNote

So, long story short, we have a bit of extra time in our Right-Angle Trigonometry unit, so I mentioned to my team that I would put together a BreakOut for review.  During this time, we have a lot of kids away for various reasons so having something self-paced is helpful.… Continue Reading Back to the BreakOut

[[Part 2 of this article is here: Link]] So when I was visiting Anna in Edinburgh during March Break, she showed me how she used Password-Protected OneNote sections within the OneNote ClassNotebook to help students check their work — she set the password to the correct answer, so they knew they had… Continue Reading Escape Room / BreakOut in OneNote