Since we released the OneNote Class Notebook creator we’ve had a noticeable surge in interest around this product, and this was tangibly evident last week at BETT by the volumes of people attending and participating in the Microsoft Theatre and Showcase Classroom sessions respectively.
With this in mind we’d like to share another fantastic OneNote resource with you all, this time in the format of another of our new products that can be used in education, namely Sway.
How to Turn a Teacher into a OneNote Ninja is an informative guide offering teachers advice and practical examples for how they can use OneNote not only in the classroom, but as the underlying framework for their whole approach to teaching, allowing for collaboration between classmates wherever they are, and as a way for teachers to offer more instructional and interactive feedback on their students’ work.
Produced by Mike Tholfsen, Program Manager on the Microsoft OneNote team, this Sway is a teacher-focused guide packed full of bite-sized interactive training that will take you from beginner to expert in no time. Each lesson is only a few minutes long and the skills you learn will pay off handsome rewards in your teaching future and save you valuable time every day.
We highly recommend that you take a look at this, even if you are already familiar with OneNote, as we are constantly striving to make this a product that can evolve with the needs of teachers and have recently made some tweaks based on the feedback we have received from educators surrounding the OneNote Class Notebook Creator.
OneNote Class Notebook Creator – updates and improvements [December 2014]
OneNote Class Notebook: making learning fun! [December 2014]
OneNote Class Notebook Creator — Guest blog post from Kevin Sait [October 2014]