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Creating a Digital Notebook

 

Switching from in person to virtual meant a change in my notebook.  I looked and created several different notebooks until I found one that worked for me.

Microsoft OneNote is the notebook I am using. It's easy for the students to navigate, I can front load information or load as we go, and it's free.  Our district has Microsoft products so it is one of the hidden gems within the products they purchased.  I have a Chromebook and the students use Chromebooks and we haven't run into a problem with it not working on either device. You can add pictures to your notebook, links, or text.  I also like the tag feature which allows me to but boxes beside their To Do List which they can check when done and stars beside their test or projects.  Overall, I think this digital notebook has helped my students stay organized during this time.   

Here's a tutorial if you want to try it out. 



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