I used to suggest using Microsoft Delve as a jumping off point for your files — it was a smart system that highlighted what files you had been recently using but also what others was working on. But, as Microsoft Teams became a more common application for users, I thought… Continue Reading Microsoft Teams –> Your Files jump-off point

So it’s pretty common that folks use Google Forms to create an automatically graded assessment.  Now, I have to admit, as a mathematics teacher I don’t do a lot of fixed-response assessments like this that need automatic grading.  But that doesn’t mean it isn’t a useful option. In fact this… Continue Reading Auto-Grading an Office365 Excel Survey Assessment

I’ve been busy with the wrap-up of the Park City Mathematics Institute (PCMI) so this has had to wait. But I caught the article “10 Things Every Teacher Should Know How To Do With Google Docs” and felt a parallel article describing similar processes with the free offerings from Microsoft… Continue Reading 10 Things Every Teacher Should Know How To Do With Microsoft OneDrive

We’re just about finished here at the Park City Mathematics Institute (PCMI) and the afternoon professional development workshop creation process has only a few days left. The last big stage was actually this weekend when each group’s work was sent out for an external review; those reviews have been coming… Continue Reading External Reviews – Using two Notebooks, Link to Page and Send to OneNote

At Appleby College, we’ve been using Microsoft OneNote for a l.o.n.g time now … and structured shared OneNote Binders for two full academic years now.  Folks often ask how much time it takes for teachers to get accustomed to working with OneNote and shared documents in general.  Since we have… Continue Reading How long does it take? Working with OneNote and the OneDrive WebApps