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A Teacher’s Day Made Easier with OneNote
NYC DOE-June 8th, 2017
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A Teacher’s Day Made Easier with OneNote
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Understand and apply the key features of OneNote
Create a notebook
Utilize OneNote as an effective classroom tool
Create a OneNote Class Notebook
Set up Student Notebooks with desired tabs
Use the Collaboration Space for group work, brainstorming, and editable material
Use the Content Library to store and digitize existing lessons
Use Personal Student Notebooks to individualize learning
All of your files
All of your notes
All of your lessons
All of your content
All of your devices
Section Groups, Sections, Pages
Sync across all devices
Work online and offline
Share notebook with others
Share content with students
Ink to text
Ink to math
Click to start typing
Tables auto-fit to text
Attach all of your files
Print anything to OneNote
Print anything OneNote
Enhance with Digital Ink
Manipulate ink as objects
Copy and paste
OneNote Class Notebook
Teachers and students work together
Teachers can edit the content
Students can edit the content
Publish course materials to students
Students can view the content
A private space for each student
Teacher can edit the content
Student can edit his/her own content but cannot view other student’s notebooks
Collaboration Space Content Library All Student Notebooks
Collaboration Space Content Library Personal Student Notebook
Student Notebook View
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State the Learning Outcomes for the workshop.
Discuss how OneNote is a great solution for keeping everything in one place. You can easily store and organize various file types. You can choose to sync your notebooks that that your work is available on all your devices, regardless of the platform. If it is stored in the cloud, you can share your notebooks with others to facilitate easy collaboration.
Describe some of the key features available within OneNote, including the ability to easily organize the notebook into section groups, section tabs, and pages. Explain that when you store your notebook in the cloud, you can share with others, and work across multiple devices. This is great for sharing resources with staff and students.
Some other great features of OneNote include OneNote’s ability to provide format freedom. With OneNote, you are freed from textboxes! To type, you simply click or tap and start typing. Textboxes are automatically created and can be easily manipulated. Tables are also easy to use and provide more formatting options when needed. They also auto-fit to content. OneNote allows users to consolidate all of their work into one concise location. Not only can you type directly into OneNote, but you can also attach all of your files to OneNote and Print documents and web clippings directly to OneNote! You can even embed online content onto the page. Within the Office 365 version of OneNote 2016, you can embed online content directly on the page so students do not have to leave the page to complete their work. Teachers can embed YouTube and Vimeo videos as well as interactive content from Slideshare, Sway, Docs.com, OfficeMix, Quizlet, ThingLink, GeoGebra, Wizer and Sketchfab 3D. In addition, with digital inking techniques, you can ink freely. With inking, you can write notes, highlight important information, and use key features like ink to text and ink to math.
Explain how digital inking can be used to enhance the user interface. When using the Draw Ribbon, you have the ability to manipulate ink as objects, copy and paste ink, search digital ink, bring color to projects, and create natural-looking presentations and sketches.
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OneNote is a digital notebook that allows teachers and students to keep all of their content in one location. Remember the three-ring binders that we all used when we were in school. OneNote is very similar to the familiar three-ring binder, but with a great deal more functionality.
Imagine carrying five binders in your backpack at one time. If you have physical binders, that's impossible, or at least incredibly uncomfortable, right? Imagine searching for a key word in one of your binders; if you don't know the page the notes are on, it would be extremely time consuming. What if you want to see the notes your students are taking, or the progress they are making on a project? Can you see into their three-ring binder that they have taken home for the night?
In addition to OneNote, you can utilize the OneNote Class Notebook to bring even more functionality to your day. Using the OneNote Class Notebook, you can increase classroom collaboration, easily share resources, assign lessons, and promote student independence through personal student notebooks.
Important notes: Teachers can now sign up for free Office 365 Education, create OneNote Class Notebooks for their classes, and easily add students to a Class Notebook. This invites students to Office 365 without any help from IT! Teachers can get started by going to onenote.com/classnotebook and using the Class Notebook app. You can also use OneNote Class Notebook with your LMS to create a shared notebook and link it with your class. Students enrolled in your LMS course can automatically access the notebook without you having to add their names. Learn how to set up OneNote Class Notebooks works for each major LMS provider (Blackboard, Brightspace by D2L, Canvas by Instructure, Haiku Learning, Moodle, and Schoology) here - http://www.onenote.com/lti
With the creation of a class notebook, you have three main work areas. The Collaboration Space is an open space for both teachers and students to freely edit pages. The Content Library is an area designed for teachers to publish work for students. In the Content Library, teachers have editing access and students have view-only access. Lastly, each student is provided with a Personal Student Notebooks which has custom sections for the class. Both the teacher and that student have edit access to the student notebook. However, students do not have access to other student notebooks.
Additionally, the Class Notebook add-in is a wonderful teacher’s aide. With the add-in, teachers can quickly distribute pages or new sections to classes or individual students, rapidly review student work sequentially in one or more notebooks, quickly launch the class notebook app with one click and access professional development resources. The Class Notebook ribbon is now available in OneNote Online and the Windows 10 OneNote App. You can now distribute pages and sections, review student work, and manage class notebooks online just like you would from the desktop version of OneNote.
Show a sample view of a OneNote Class Notebook from the teacher perspective, and explain each area.
Show a sample view of a OneNote Class Notebook from the student view, and explain each section. Be sure to point out the direct view of the Personal Student Notebook.
At this time, the hands-on session will begin. Direct participants to launch OneNote 2016.
deshare, Sway, Docs.com, OfficeMix, Quizlet, ThingLink, GeoGebra, Wizer and Sketchfab 3D. In addition, with digital inking techniques, you can ink freely. With inking, you can write notes, highlight important information, and use key features like ink to text and ink to math.
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