Five OneNote Hacks for Your Classroom

If you are using OneNote with your students, you’re probably already aware of how powerful it is. But just like any program, there may be […]

Reading Made Easy in the Chrome Browser

“Darn, I hate it when I have to wade through advertisements, sidebars, and banners just to read a blog entry,” I muttered to myself. The […]

Go Digital with Cornell Note-Taking and the OneNote App

Back in September, 2016, I had just begun working with Microsoft OneNote to setup a Cornell Notes type page in OneNote Desktop (a.k.a. OneNote 2016). […]

Turbocharge the 5E Model with Microsoft Office 365

Ready to blend Microsoft’s Office 365 tools into inquiry-based lessons? Give those lessons a kickstart with Office 365 tools. Take your first steps with blended […]

Note-Taking on Chromebooks

Have a class set of iPads, but your district has chosen to move to Chromebooks? You’re not the only one. What do you do when […]

Microsoft iOS Apps on Your iPad

“We are an Office 365 school district. Our superintendent just bought iPads. I’m coming from a G Suite for EDU background. How hard is it […]

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