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This is the PowerPoint I use with my 3rd graders to help explain how a OneNote Class Notebook will be used in a LATIC (Learner-Active, Technology Infused Classroom) setting.
OneNote and LATIC
Check this poster if your iPad asks you permissions to use various apps.
This is our first benchmark
And since today's activity list focuses OneNote I wanted to talk about how OneNote and LATIC will come together to make your a more independent learner.
Onenote (tap) is an application that is part of microsoft's OneDrive. You might recognize some of these other apps (tap, tap, tap) This is a cloud storage system which means you can access it anywhere you have internet- one a computer, tablet, or even cell phone.
You might be familiar with some of the other OneDrive apps such as Word, PowerPoint, Excel. The great feature about the online versions of these apps is that you can work on the same word document or PowerPoint at the same time as your classmate, even if you are not in the same room!
So what is OneNote? Imagine a 3 ring binder with dividers and loose leaf paper. One note also has sections and each section has digital pages.
What are the benefits of using a OneNote notebook vs a traditional binder? Take 45 seconds to brainstorm with your home group before we share out.
Your student OneNote notebook will have 3 sections. (Tap) The class notes will be used to record the learning you do in class. The activity list section will be where you copy and save your activity list and where you check off and rate your progress. The reflections section is for your mini-reflections and the big end of task reflection.
Everyone has their own section or notebook in our class notebook. There is also the content library, which is where you copy worksheets from and move them to your own notebook. Finally, there is a collaboration space where you will be able to work with your classmates and see what they are writing.
This may look overwhelming but don't worry (tap)
You will only be able to see your own notebook, the collaboration space, and the content library.
By now you are probably pretty curious about the collaboration space and the content library but there is no need to put a post it note question in the parking lot. The day 2 activity list will explore just that.
So before I let you loose I want to leave you with a few tips so you can feel a bit more confident being independent while I work with a small group of students in a mini-lesson..
I've made two new posters for the room concerning the iPad. Often the iPad will ask you for permission to do things. This poster will help you decide how to answer (tap)