Tag: OneNote Class Notebook

5 Reasons Schools should run with Office365

It often surprises me when folks don’t know about Office365 and/or don’t know how Microsoft has changed its educational offerings in the past few years.  Although Google definitely had the lead up to say 2011, Microsoft has quickly come up from behind and re-invented the educational space for teaching, learning, collaboration and creativity. So, briefly, […]

Five reasons to learn Math with OneNote

So, Alice Keeler – @alicekeeler– who is an amazing blogger and an incredible resource for those using Google products, posted 60 Ways Math Teachers can use Google Classroom last April.  It came across my desk the other day and, since school hadn’t started yet, I thought it might be a good reflection for me on how one could do similar tasks […]

Playing with Permissions in the OneNote Class Notebook: In French

This follows on the hacking work done with OneNote Class Notebook – including adding a digital portfolio and a private planning area for teachers in the Content section. My amazing colleague Anjuli Ahooja is an active participant with Science On Stage.  As a result of a workshop in Europe last year, she began a collaboration with […]

The 5 Next Steps a Teacher takes with the #OneNoteClass Notebook

We’ve had almost four years with our OneNote ClassBinder, having rolled it out to every class from 7 to 12, math to languages to phys-ed every year.  In the first year we had 85% of classes voluntarily use it — that’s the power of handing teachers the open structure of OneNote!  (People always ask about […]

Hacking the OneNote Class Notebook Part III : Planning in _Private

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 needed a private space in […]