Earlier today I wrote about the release of OneNote for iPad and iPod, and I promised I’d describe a scenario of using it in teaching and learning. I’ve tried to describe how it can be used by a teacher to make their teaching easier, share more information with their students, and support out of school learning - as well as potentially reduce the mountain of paper that seems a regular feature of my children’s school backpacks!
Here’s my simple scenario:
Your students and teachers can download OneNote for iPad and iPod from the iTunes store, and you’re already likely to have OneNote on your school computers (and if you haven’t it’s time to install it )
Find all the OneNote info on this blog Find out more about OneNote for iPad and iPod
AWESOME! I have been looking for OneNote for the iPad for ages! Thanks for the info RaY!!!
Thanks for this handy set of scenarios. I've colleagues who use one note on our school issued PCs but haven't gotten around to it myself. I'm now trying to convert to teaching with the iPad (chronicled in my blog www.extremeipadmakeover.blogspot.com) and I'll give Onenote another look.
my son who is eight yrs old wants really wants one. his cousin who is going to collage and is 20 yrs old will not let him touch hers