With Microsoft OneNote for teachers, users can create notebooks that help them stay organized, deliver curriculum, and collaborate with pupils and colleagues.
Many schools automatically have this software as part of their Office suite, or if not, a free version can be downloaded. OneNote for teachers offers a set of interactive training guides to show teachers how to use it successfully in their work.
OneNote for Teachers
“OneNote is a digital notebook that lets you store all your valuable class or project knowledge in one place. Whether your information is text, pictures, or in a paper folder, it can be digitized, organized, and easily accessed from OneNote. You are productive because everything you need on a subject is at your fingertips. You will be able to build learning connections with other teachers and your students for the ultimate school experience.”( Microsoft OneNote)
Microsoft Educator Network The OneNote Toolkit for Teachers has interactive lessons leading teachers through each step covering everything from the basics of OneNote through lesson planning and even e-Portfolios, if that is what you are looking for.
More useful OneNote resources
- How to Use OneNote at School: 10 Tips for Students & Teachers
- Teachers Running their Classrooms Through OneNote
- Ten Reasons to use Microsoft OneNote (A podcast)
- OneNote Teacher Review
- https://www.onenote.com – Free copy of OneNote on any platform, any device.
- OneNote in Education Blog: https://blogs.office.com/onenote/education