Microsoft has released a toolkit for teachers that use OneNote, a note-taking, information gathering, and collaboration software package, as part of their curriculum. According to Microsoft, the toolkit is loaded with goodies you’ll want to share with colleagues and guinea pig students. The toolkit can be downloaded for free and includes training, how-to articles, videos, lesson plan examples, and other resources to help teachers fully master and implement OneNote into their courses. The toolkit is broken into the following eight sections:
- Great Education Features
- Lesson Plans
- Common Questions
- OneNote Add-ins
The Microsoft OneNote site also has example notebooks and videos to spur the creative juices and help teachers develop engaging lessons. Check out the video to see how OneNote is being used in Norwegian Schools.
How have your students reacted to OneNote? How do you like using OneNote as a student?