Learning on the Go! BYOD With OneNote Class Notebook
Explore and create : BYOD
Monday, June 24, 10:30–11:30 am
BYOD and OneNote Class Notebook on the Go is for all learners. Class Notebook is a digital online binder. It has tabs, sections, pages and features supporting academic lessons. Teachers can manage handouts, differentiate assignments and communicate with parents. Students have options for digital journals, peer collaboration and more.
|Audience:||Coaches, Curriculum/district specialists, Teachers|
|Attendee devices:||Devices required|
|Attendee device specification:||Smartphone: Windows, iOS
Tablet: iOS, Windows
|Participant accounts, software and other materials:||Attendees should have an Office 365 account.|
|Focus:||Digital age teaching & learning|
|Topic:||BYOD/1:1 instructional programs|
|Subject area:||Language arts, Computer science|
|ISTE Standards:||For Administrators:
Digital Age Learning Culture
|Related exhibitors:||Nearpod , Flipgrid , Seesaw , Microsoft Corporation|
Objective- to demonstrate the benefits of BYOD w/in and out of the classroom to increase student participation; and technological awareness.
"Learning on the Go w/BYOD and OneNote Class Notebook" will assist educators in becoming more proficient w/the benefits of using personal devices. BYOD is applicable for any age group w/initial guidance and digital citizenship training.
“Learning on the Go! BYOD with OneNote Class Notebook”
Students may learn/work on the go with OneNote Class Notebook using their own devices! BYOD is not only for students! Teachers can monitor progress, review assignments, and grade on the go. Working in Class Notebook is just like having a real binder, except it’s online. It consists of tabs, sections, and pages with numerous features to support students and teachers. Teachers can manage handouts, homework, notes, resources, and quizzes for class distribution with ease. It even allows for embedding images, videos, attachments, and more.
Directing students to specific sites like Seesaw, Typing Club, BrainPOP, etc. is less stressful. Teachers may create/embed weblinks in any section/page, safely guiding students to approved sites. They also have the options to restrict/limit students abilities to perform certain online tasks. The personalized “view only” parent link grants parents the opportunity to view their child’s grades/assignments. Class Notebook promotes home/school connections with direct messaging features for parents/teachers to communicate.
Students may ask questions and receive feedback privately from teachers. Furthermore, they can also openly share information in collaboration work spaces with peers. Don’t forget, the inking, audio, and video recording features encourages exploration and creativity to design and highlight students’ written and oratorical skills through digital journals. There are built in tools to enhance grammatical, translation, editing, and research options too. Collaboration with co-teachers has become simplified with OneNote Class Notebook. It provides options for multiple notebook owners with editing rights. Additionally, Class Notebook is superb for organizing specific content such as differentiated lessons, Response to Intervention data, Special Education targets/goals, Advanced Learning projects, and so much more! OneNote Class Notebook is the optimal 21st century application for teachers and learners of all ages.
The lesson will may be from 60-90 minutes depending on the number of participants. Teachers will create a OneNote Class Notebook during the event.
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As a child, values, work ethics, and education were essential principles for life in our home. Diligence and service to one's community were the norm. As a Writing & Technology Coach, much of my adult life has centered around the same principles. Striving to excel beyond expectations, my quest to obtain new and innovative techniques remains strong. More importantly, modeling a tenacious spirit of perseverance and motivation helps to implant similar ingredients in the minds of young learners. Today's 21st Century classroom calls for teachers and students to become technologically astute for progression in the digital learning world.