Special guest, Mike Tholfsen, Principle Program Manager for Microsoft Education, will share best practices for OneNote and Class Notebook
If you or your school use OneNote or Class Notebook, then you don't want to miss this very special event.
With many schools already involved in remote and blended learning and more making the adjustment every day, we want to help ensure you have the best OneNote experience possible. Join Mike as he shares important information about OneNote and Class Notebooks updates as well as best practices.
OneNote is a digital notebook that helps you, your students, and your colleagues capture it all, on all your devices. You can create and save a wide variety of content: tables, text, pictures, illustrations and audio & video. Your ideas and plans are saved on pages organised into sections that live within notebooks. With OneNote, everyone can stay organised, share lessons, and work collaboratively with fellow teachers and students. The app saves your data automatically as you work.
OneNote Class Notebook allows teachers to create a digital notebook for each class, group, term, or project. Teachers can create, manage, and distribute instructional content to entire classes or individual students. The flexible, yet structured format works similarly to traditional notebooks while allowing teachers to provide instant, real-time feedback to their students. Class Notebook includes a personal workspace for each student, a Content Library for shared information and a Collaboration Space where student groups can work together.
Intended Audience: Any teacher in CESA schools
Core FOCI and Priorities: Remote Learning
Total Hours: 1 Hour
Facilitator: Mike Tholfsen, Principle Program Manager for Microsoft Education
Workshop Enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org / T: 8301 6832
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