How OneNote makes a classroom difference


I spent some of this weekend with the Microsoft Expert Educators from Australia and New Zealand, as they gathered together to discuss the future of teaching and learning (to see some of the things they talked about, take a look at their #mseduweekend conversation on Twitter). One of the tools they kept coming back to was OneNote – as a note taking tool, as a learning tool and as a presentation tool.

There’s a bunch of developments happening with OneNote at the moment, and before I write about those, I thought it would be helpful to share a couple of videos on OneNote, and how schools are using it. The video below is less than 2 minutes, and provides a good introduction to the ways that OneNote can support new ways of teaching and learning.

[View:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=79MfXwnFrc0&list=UUc3pNIRzIZ8ynI38GO6H01Q]

Learn MoreGo to the OneNote for Teachers website for useful resources for teachers

Comments (0)

Skip to main content