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Embed code for: Back to School - Team Collaboration in OneNote
Select a size
All of your files
All of your notes
All of your lessons
All of your content
All of your devices
Prepare and record meeting notes
Gather materials for lesson plans
Track and update to do lists
Keep student notes in one place
Create a template
Keep it all in one place
Create a new notebook
Easily share notebooks
Organize your notebooks
Some of you have been introduced to OneNote but if it is new to you….Imagine having all of your meeting notes, lesson resources, staff meetings, department meetings, etc. in one place. OneNote makes it easy to do just that. Plus you can access it on all of your devices.
Teachers’ lives are filled with information that they have to keep track of. OneNote offers countless ways to help you with that and to structure your brilliant ideas.
Collaborative uses from a teacher's perspective are:
-prepare and record meeting notes
-Gather materials for lesson plans
-Track and update to do lists
-Keep student notes in one place.
It is important to note that there are some great features in OneNote that can help you be more productive.
Launch Team Collaboration with OneNote notebook for demonstration purposes.
Inserting Files and Printouts
Insert a link
Let's take a look at using OneNote for meeting notes
Show an example of how others are using OneNote for meetings
08-06-15 DH Meeting
Discuss how easy it is to set up the meeting notes page and then create a template to be used over and over again.
Team Meeting Notes
Demonstrate how simple it is to email notes to colleagues
Now more than ever we are in a position to have better collaborative planning meetings because every teacher has their own instructional laptop. Ditch the pen and paper and use this powerful tool to engage in high level team planning. Let’s dig in and see how OneNote can help.
Another excellent way to capture the power of OneNote is documenting student notes all in one place.
Demonstrate how to get started opening a notebook
Demonstrate how to share a notebook
Discuss how you want to organize your notebook.
How to name sections
How to create new sections
How to create section groups