I realized the other day while writing Parts 1 (link) & 2 (link) that I’d never talked about the Private Teacher Section Group in our OneNote Binders… During our first year with the OneNote Binders (our initial design that ended up becoming the OneNote Class Notebook) we quickly realized we… Continue Reading Hacking the OneNote Class Notebook Part III : Planning in _Private

So the amazing Marilyn Steier, an educator from Alberta I met while in Barcelona for the Microsoft Global Forum last year, asked a question on Microsoft’s Canada Education Yammer group (Link) about removing students and teachers from the OneNote Class Notebook.  And it got me thinking … we’ve been using… Continue Reading Hacking the OneNote Classroom Notebook

So we had a snow day Monday.  I won’t go in to the gloriousness that a snow day is here in Canada.  Suffice it to say that they’re as close to heaven as you can get without dying. It came at a cost; there was 35cm of snow across my… Continue Reading I felt this tingle while shoveling snow…

When we first introduced the OneNote Binders, amongst the immediate requests was for group collaboration spaces.  For the first year, we had the teachers request them through our IT request system and manually created them and assigned the permissions.  But, given the convenience of OneNote, we knew we wanted a… Continue Reading There’s no I in TEAM (there’s an _A, _M and _R though!)