By: Saikat Basu
“It makes it easier to think during class—and I’m doing less busy work.
Stephanie is just one of the 950 students at Sammamish High School in Seattle who have taken wholeheartedly to Microsoft OneNote along with their teachers.
Across the country in Ohio, teachers gave their students “blizzard bags” when schools got closed for bad weather. These teaching “bags” use OneNote Class Notebook to share interactive lessons. The “school closed” notice is no longer an excuse for celebration.
Lugging around a satchel full of books pales a bit in comparison, doesn’t it?
The notetaking member in Microsoft’s suite is a cross-platform productivity application. There are many unique ways to use OneNote, and using it to change the way you teach or study could be the best one. Come aboard. OneNote has loads of tips for the teacher and the student. And before you forget — OneNote is free!” To read further please click here:http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/use-onenote-school-10-tips-students-teachers/?linkId=13972730