At St. Andrew’s College, OneNote is central to the school’s pedagogy. —Read more from Wilj Dekkers on how he uses OneNote in the classroom.
When we were tasked with developing a replacement for all textbooks in our school (a significantly radical move in Ireland) we had no idea the world of opportunities it would open up. —Read more about how the Coláiste Bhaile Chláir school replaced traditional textbooks using Microsoft OneNote and Office 365.
ClassPolicy is a classroom management solution that empowers teachers to facilitate learning in the classroom. With ClassPolicy leveraging the OneNote Class Notebook APIs, teachers now have a new and innovative way to facilitate project-based learning in their classrooms that we believe is best in class.
Teacher Only spaces, Collaboration Space lockdown, subgroup creation and more with the new Class Notebook API updates
The new updates to the OneNote Class Notebook API allow for top requested scenarios such as Teacher Only section groups, Collaboration Space lockdown, permissioned groups within the Collaboration Space and Content distribution APIs. We’ve also added a web tool to allow for easy testing. —Read on for details.
I successfully implemented OneNote Learning Tools in my teaching and gained a significant impact in language acquisition. This tool supports all of the aspects I have marked as important and crucial when teaching foreign language.
I know that both as a teacher and a mother of three little kids that Microsoft OneNote with the Class Notebook add-in and Learning Tools have truly changed my life. It has significantly impacted my teaching and has given me back the one thing I never have enough of…TIME!
To mark the fifth Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD), a day dedicated to raising awareness about making the digital world more accessible, all Office 365 users are invited to try three simple things.
OneNote is a central location for all teachers’ resources, allowing them to access a wide range of educational resources, while the OneNote Class Notebook allows for collaboration between students, an array of different tasks and assessment methods, and instant feedback from teachers.
At Microsoft, we’re all in on education. Our mission is to empower every student on the planet to achieve more. Today, we are announcing a new community effort that will help connect Microsoft employees to students and teachers from classrooms around the world.
With the introduction of OneNote to our schools, in less than a year, we have transformed our pedagogy and the way we teach and learn.
We’re pleased to share the Office 365 Education Roadmap, which lists updates currently planned for applicable subscribers.
One of the most valuable aspects of OneNote for students with disabilities is the increased ease with which teachers can differentiate in both general and special education classroom settings. With add-on tools such as the new OneNote Class Notebook add-in, teachers are able to distribute pages to students’ OneNote Notebooks. This includes the ability to provide specially designed assignments based on particular students’ needs.