Tag: Office Lens

Differentiation of Product

Now, as a math teacher, “differentiation of product” means something completely different… but for this purpose it means — don’t expect every student to respond to your request for evidence of understanding with the same learning artefact.This is well stolen from Vanderbilt University (https://iris.peabody.vanderbilt.edu/module/di/cresource/q2/p07/ ) Now, even as a first year teacher way back in […]

NCTM 2018 Annual Conference — and OneNote

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 Microsoft Account.  If you don’t […]

Write anywhere

As folks know, I’m a big fan of #digitalink — as a math teacher, as an aspiring creative person, I always want to scribble. I write on everything at home, and always have.  The back of envelopes (when people use to send them), post-it notes, boxes… I scribble everywhere.  I also doodle a lot when […]

Web Content into OneNote

Getting content into OneNote is incredibly easy … since every page acts like a clipboard, just drag&drop or use the INSERT ribbon.You can use the smartphone app OfficeLens (which takes pictures of “real” content, cleans it up, and pushes it right into OneNote) or you can use the WebClipper — a browser add-in for Edge, Chrome & […]

Using Office Lens

A brief aside.I had dropped by a workshop first thing this morning and was sitting at the front and wanted to grab a shot of the screen; at first I used my camera — I wasn’t thinking.  As soon as I looked at the image, I realized I should be using Office Lens.  Look, it was early morning and I […]